Erin Feldman

Erin Feldman is a marketing consultant and copywriter based in Austin, Texas. When she isn't helping clients tell their stories, she reads, writes essays and poetry, draws, and takes boxing classes. Her first coloring book, Write Right Colors Shakespeare, is available for purchase on Amazon.

Erin Feldman's Posts:

How Churches Can Respond to #MeToo
No Comments » October 23, 2017

How Churches Can Respond to #MeToo

The #MeToo hashtag has raised awareness about sexual abuse, assault, and harassment. Should the church contribute to this conversation? If so, how do we do it?

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Why Design Matters: Practical Implications for the Church
No Comments » September 27, 2017

Why Design Matters: Practical Implications for the Church

Design turns chaos into order—a small genesis—and welcomes and guides people into a closer relationship with the creator.

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6 Giving Stats to Help Boost Your Church’s Offering
1 Comment » August 7, 2017

6 Giving Stats to Help Boost Your Church’s Offering

Today’s giving technologies give us new ways to connect and inspire people to give to their local church. Let's look at some giving stats that back that up.

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3 Things to Remember During Holy Week
1 Comment » April 12, 2017

3 Things to Remember During Holy Week

Sometimes preparing for Easter can feel like too much. Don't miss the glory of the gospel as you prepare all the last-minute details.

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How to Create a Church Social Media Policy
No Comments » March 29, 2017

How to Create a Church Social Media Policy

A church social media policy can be a great help for your church's social channels, but what about how your leaders, staff, and volunteers use social media?

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You Don’t Need Money to Be Creative
No Comments » March 6, 2017

You Don’t Need Money to Be Creative

Any church, large or small, can be creative. The budget doesn’t matter (though time often does). Constraints release our creativity.

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8 Creative Instagram Ideas for Your Church
2 Comments » March 1, 2017

8 Creative Instagram Ideas for Your Church

With 600 million active monthly users, Instagram is a social platform you might want to consider. We've got eight Instagram ideas for your church.

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Free Coloring Calendar for Church Communicators
No Comments » January 23, 2017

Free Coloring Calendar for Church Communicators

Fishook's coloring calendar is ah-mazing with its dry humor and insightful, yet hyperbolic, glimpses into the everyday lives of church communicators.

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Come, Long-Expected Jesus!
No Comments » November 30, 2016

Come, Long-Expected Jesus!

Advent rarely was a matter of wreaths and candles. In my home and church, Advent appeared in a nativity set and the memorization of scripture.

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How to Handle a Communications Crisis at Your Church
No Comments » November 9, 2016

How to Handle a Communications Crisis at Your Church

A communications crisis will happen at your church eventually. It could be small or large, but one will occur. Here's what you should know and do to prepare for them.

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How to Transition Your Church to an Online Bulletin
2 Comments » October 19, 2016

How to Transition Your Church to an Online Bulletin

An online bulletin can save your church paper and money, while also giving you better metrics. We explore how one church made the transition.

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Election Day Communion: Churches Bringing Unity to Politics
No Comments » October 17, 2016

Election Day Communion: Churches Bringing Unity to Politics

In the midst of a divisive election, one group is encouraging churches to offer Election Day communion as a way to bring unity and hope.

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52 Ways to Reinvigorate Your Creativity
No Comments » September 12, 2016

52 Ways to Reinvigorate Your Creativity

Do you feel like your creativity is flagging a bit? It happens. We've got some ideas—52 to be exact—to get your creative juices flowing again.

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Creative Missions 2016: Branding
1 Comment » September 7, 2016

Creative Missions 2016: Branding

Branding visually communicates who the church is and what it does. It encompasses logos, connection cards and, yes, the age-old bulletin.

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How to Find Stories to Tell at Your Church
No Comments » August 10, 2016

How to Find Stories to Tell at Your Church

Your church has some powerful stories to tell, but you can't share them if you don't know them. We explore active and passive ways to gather stories.

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