Archive for the ‘Evangelism & Outreach’ Category

Learning about Creative Missions on #cmschat
No Comments » May 6, 2016

Learning about Creative Missions on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter covered Creative Missions and how church communications professionals like you can help other churches.

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Outstanding Church Customer Service on #cmschat
No Comments » April 29, 2016

Outstanding Church Customer Service on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter covered the church's greatest marketing opportunity—customer service.

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How Your Church Can Be a Voice in the 2016 Presidential Election
No Comments » April 13, 2016

How Your Church Can Be a Voice in the 2016 Presidential Election

In a divisive political season (and election), how can the church be a voice of grace, hope and love? We need to share the message of the gospel.

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How to Deal With Declining Church Attendance
3 Comments » 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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Planning (& Surviving) Easter on #cmschat
No Comments » February 19, 2016

Planning (& Surviving) Easter on #cmschat

Steve Fogg leads our weekly Twitter chat in a conversation about planning and surviving Easter.

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Get Out of the Sanctuary & Into the Streets
No Comments » February 17, 2016

Get Out of the Sanctuary & Into the Streets

Churchgoers love church, but outsiders don't. The church can no longer assume people want to come to us. We need to get out and go where the people are.

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The Church Is Not Respectable
1 Comment » January 4, 2016

The Church Is Not Respectable

When churches strive to be respectable, they're kind of missing the point. Jesus didn't worry about dress codes or cultural norms of respectability.

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A Different Approach to Church Signs: It Is Going to Be OK
4 Comments » October 28, 2015

A Different Approach to Church Signs: It Is Going to Be OK

Should church signs advertise upcoming events or groan-worthy puns? One church decided their sign could do something more: give hope.

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Connecting With Christmas Guests Who Won’t Come Back
No Comments » October 12, 2015

Connecting With Christmas Guests Who Won’t Come Back

Lots of people show up for Christmas services, but what can you do to connect with guests who will likely never come back?

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By the Numbers: Guests, Attendance and the Back Door
1 Comment » October 7, 2015

By the Numbers: Guests, Attendance and the Back Door

Statistics show we're losing visitors quickly. Is your church doing its best to invite, interact with, follow up and retain the new people who walk in?

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Stop Making Outreach All About You
6 Comments » September 30, 2015

Stop Making Outreach All About You

Many of our messages to the community are self-centered. It’s time for the church to shift its approach from “Look at us” to “Let’s talk about you.”

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4 Ways Your Church Can Use Social Media at Christmas
1 Comment » September 28, 2015

4 Ways Your Church Can Use Social Media at Christmas

There is a great opportunity to get your message out there on social media during the Christmas season. We've got four ways to maximize your message.

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Mother’s Day: Third Most Popular Sunday
2 Comments » April 29, 2015

Mother’s Day: Third Most Popular Sunday

Mother's Day is the third most attended Sunday of the year, but let's avoid some of the pitfalls of the day, from stereotypes to insensitivity.

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Easter Marketing Campaign: Found at Church
1 Comment » April 13, 2015

Easter Marketing Campaign: Found at Church

Most people already know about Easter, so Eagle Brook Church launched a spring campaign to engage people and answer what they found at church.

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Easter Film: Crowd-Funded Video is Inspiring
No Comments » April 9, 2015

Easter Film: Crowd-Funded Video is Inspiring

Watch this crowd-funded Easter film about Mary Magdalene created by a church in Ohio with help from Indiegogo supporters.

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