Joe Porter

Joe Porter is the communications director at Whitewater Crossing in the Cincinnati, Ohio, area in addition to maintaining his photo and video business.

Joe Porter's Posts:

Why Your Church Needs Photo Permissions
November 27, 2017

Why Your Church Needs Photo Permissions

With the constant sharing of photos on social media, it’s tempting to play fast and loose with the photos you’ve taken. However, the church needs to be extra sensitive in ...

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How to Deal With Declining Church Attendance
April 6, 2016

How to Deal With Declining Church Attendance

Christians are attending church less frequently. What do we do? We can give people more reason to show up or connect when they don't. Or both.

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Photographer’s Toolkit by Jeremy Cowart
October 16, 2014

Photographer’s Toolkit by Jeremy Cowart

Have you ever wondered what photography gear you should buy? Celebrity photographer Jeremy Cowart's new book Photographer's Toolkit showcases the gear he uses and explains why.

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Expectations & Priorities
June 25, 2014

Expectations & Priorities

You need to know what comes first. Managing expectations and setting priorities is important for any church hoping to be effective in communication.

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How Your Church Can Create Short Videos
December 11, 2013

How Your Church Can Create Short Videos

Short video content is compelling and it's time your church got in on the action. We talk about finding the ideas, inspiration, equipment and network to make it happen.

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5 Ways to Do Church Communication on the Cheap
April 8, 2013

5 Ways to Do Church Communication on the Cheap

Church communication doesn't have to be expensive. A Creative Missions alumni explores some ways to do church communication without a huge budget.

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5-Minute Church Communication Strategy
March 18, 2013

5-Minute Church Communication Strategy

Struggling to start a communication strategy for your church? Take five minutes to ponder these two questions and begin to bring some clarity to your approach.

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