Archive for March 2014

Church Communication Hero: Albert Einstein
No Comments » March 31, 2014

Church Communication Hero: Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein is the greatest scientist of the 20th century and his breakthroughs offer lessons in imagination and creativity.

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How World Vision Forgot Their Vision
3 Comments » March 27, 2014

How World Vision Forgot Their Vision

In trying to focus on their big idea, World Vision forgot their big idea. It offers an important lesson in focus and distraction for churches.

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Certification Lab is Coming to Atlanta
No Comments » March 27, 2014

Certification Lab is Coming to Atlanta

We're pleased to announce our second Certification Lab for church communicators. It's coming June 9-10 to Atlanta and it's just what you need.

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Design Basics: 10 Common Mistakes
No Comments » March 26, 2014

Design Basics: 10 Common Mistakes

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but there are still some common mistakes you should avoid to create better design.

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Church Marketing Podcast: Sneak Peek With Phil Bowdle
2 Comments » March 25, 2014

Church Marketing Podcast: Sneak Peek With Phil Bowdle

An early sneak peek at our new podcast with special guest Phil Bowdle. We talk about Easter, invite cards, Facebook and more.

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5 Questions Your Church Needs to Ask a Mobile Developer
No Comments » March 24, 2014

5 Questions Your Church Needs to Ask a Mobile Developer

So you're ready to choose a mobile developer. Now what? We cover five questions you need to ask.

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Church Marketing Lab: Join the Conversation
No Comments » March 21, 2014

Church Marketing Lab: Join the Conversation

The Church Marketing Lab provides a unique way for us to encourage and sharpen one another. Join the conversations in the Lab.

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Struggles & Victories: Ginger Creek Community Church
1 Comment » March 20, 2014

Struggles & Victories: Ginger Creek Community Church

The woes and wins of church communication. Struggling with being reactive and winning with a successful database switch.

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Design Basics: Put Yourself in the Pew & Feel What They Feel
No Comments » March 19, 2014

Design Basics: Put Yourself in the Pew & Feel What They Feel

To be better designers we need to focus on what the audience feels and experience it for ourselves.

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3 Reasons to Consider Mobile Apps for Your Church
4 Comments » March 17, 2014

3 Reasons to Consider Mobile Apps for Your Church

Why are mobile apps worth the money? Make life easier for your congregation and engage them where they are.

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Developing a Series by Jonathan Malm
2 Comments » March 13, 2014

Developing a Series by Jonathan Malm

The sermon series is a tried and true method in churches today and now there's a practical guide to help improve your process.

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New Executive Director Chuck Scoggins Talks Church Communication
18 Comments » March 13, 2014

New Executive Director Chuck Scoggins Talks Church Communication

"There is nothing better than seeing God use the talents and creativity of his people to give people hope and life," says Chuck Scoggins, our new executive director.

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Design Basics: How to Avoid the Overused Lambs, Doves & Flames in Your Church Imagery
1 Comment » March 12, 2014

Design Basics: How to Avoid the Overused Lambs, Doves & Flames in Your Church Imagery

There's nothing new under the sun, but can we move beyond the lambs, doves, flames and vines in our church visuals?

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Mark Driscoll & Mars Hill Church Buy Their Way on to Bestseller List
3 Comments » March 11, 2014

Mark Driscoll & Mars Hill Church Buy Their Way on to Bestseller List

Mars Hill Church paid $200,000 to get a book by Mark Driscoll on the New York Times bestseller list. That's an ethical no-no. But we all face temptation.

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Mobile Sites & Mobile Apps for Your Church
1 Comment » March 10, 2014

Mobile Sites & Mobile Apps for Your Church

Mobile sites and mobile apps aren't an either/or decision. They both have their specific roles. See how mobile can help your church.

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