Archive for November 2015

Why Year-End Giving Is a Good Thing
1 Comment » November 30, 2015

Why Year-End Giving Is a Good Thing

Year-end giving is for procrastinators, lazy, and half-hearted givers… or is it? What if year-end giving is actually part of the rhythm and celebration designed for the church?

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10 Reasons Church Communicators Can Be Thankful
No Comments » November 25, 2015

10 Reasons Church Communicators Can Be Thankful

It's Thanksgiving here in the U.S., a time for gratitude. So let's reflect on all we have to be thankful for as church communicators.

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Certification Lab Hangout: Practical Tips
No Comments » November 24, 2015

Certification Lab Hangout: Practical Tips

It's a chance to go to the next level, whether you're thinking about attending the Certification Lab or just need some helpful tips.

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Thank God, But Thank People Too
No Comments » November 23, 2015

Thank God, But Thank People Too

Everybody knows you should thank God at Thanksgiving. God gives good gifts, second chances and new opportunities. So what about the people God uses to do those things? Should we ...

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Communication Mistakes to Avoid at All Cost on #cmschat
No Comments » November 20, 2015

Communication Mistakes to Avoid at All Cost on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter covered communication mistakes and how you can avoid them.

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Celebrating 15,000 ChurchM.ag Posts
8 Comments » November 19, 2015

Celebrating 15,000 ChurchM.ag Posts

This week ChurchM.ag posted their 15,000th blog post. Whoa. We're celebrating by giving away all our books.

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Start With You: The Best Thing You Can Do for Your Church by Tim Peters
No Comments » November 18, 2015

Start With You: The Best Thing You Can Do for Your Church by Tim Peters

Tim Peters has written a new e-book that will encourage you to become spiritually, relationally, physically and emotionally healthy.

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Start With You: Church Health Starts With Healthy Leaders
No Comments » November 18, 2015

Start With You: Church Health Starts With Healthy Leaders

It’s far easier to be effective when you’re healthy. When you choose to be healthy, you begin to live into what you were truly created to do.

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Creative Missions 2016: Vermont
No Comments » November 16, 2015

Creative Missions 2016: Vermont

Vermont ranks 48th in the nation for church attendance, but it's also experiencing an awakening. Creative Missions is going there in 2016.

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How Will Churches Reach a Digital Generation on #cmschat
No Comments » November 13, 2015

How Will Churches Reach a Digital Generation on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter covered how churches will reach a generation that's immersed in a digital experience.

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Church Bulletin: Don’t Kill It, Make It Better
6 Comments » November 11, 2015

Church Bulletin: Don’t Kill It, Make It Better

While digital communication is a must for churches, eliminating bulletins doesn’t solve the challenge of communicating in the 21st Century.

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Gaining Confidence
No Comments » November 10, 2015

Gaining Confidence

A lot of times communication directors feel like they're making things up as they go along, but what they really need is confidence.

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The Future of the Church
6 Comments » November 9, 2015

The Future of the Church

If the church is behind in technology now, how will it reach a digitally native generation that's been immersed in technology since they were toddlers?

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How to Promote Your Christmas Series or Event on #cmschat
No Comments » November 6, 2015

How to Promote Your Christmas Series or Event on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter covered promoting your Christmas services and events.

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The How We Do It Episode
No Comments » November 5, 2015

The How We Do It Episode

Social media strategist Diana Fang talks about running 26 social media accounts for National Community Church in Washington, D.C.

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