Church Marketing Podcast: Sneak Peek With Phil Bowdle

Church Marketing Podcast: Sneak Peek With Phil Bowdle

March 25, 2014 by

The anticipation within our Church Marketing Podcast team is building and we just can’t hold it in any longer. We’re not slated to launch our first full length episode of the Church Marketing Podcast until May, but we just can’t wait… so… here’s a short sneak peek episode with Phil Bowdle. If you’re not familiar with Phil and what he’s doing at West Ridge Church out in Dallas, Ga., you got to get on board. Step one, listen to the sneak peek episode and then step two, follow Phil on Twitter.




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What’s in This Sneak Peek Episode?

  • What are you trying to accomplish through your communication strategy for Easter this year?
  • What does your invite card look like and how are your people using it?
  • How much input does your senior pastor give in the process?
  • Enhancing the vision of West Ridge vision for Easter 2013 of 1,500 more people than we’ve had at Easter
  • The secret weapon for meeting the 1,500 person goal…
  • How to break through Facebook’s 16% barrier with art


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Dave Shrein

Dave Shrein is the author of The Communicator's List, a free publication for church communicators. You can connect with Dave on his blog,, where he writes about leadership and communications or follow him on Twitter. Dave also hosts our Church Marketing Podcast.
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2 Responses to “Church Marketing Podcast: Sneak Peek With Phil Bowdle”

  • Steve Collie
    March 31, 2014

    I really enjoyed the discussion on invite card size. It was helpful to hear the thought behind the decision for practical sizing. Thanks.

    • Dave Shrein
      April 22, 2014

      Steve, sorry for the delay in response and thank you so much for the comment. If there’s anything else you’d like for us to talk about, just let me know and I’ll see what I can do. Thx!

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