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Happy Halloween 2014
1 Comment » October 30, 2014

Happy Halloween 2014

Boo! We've got scary church signs, visitor horror stories, zombies and ghosts. Happy Halloween.

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The Sunday Sneeze: Making the Most for First-Time Guests
1 Comment » October 2, 2014

The Sunday Sneeze: Making the Most for First-Time Guests

What does a church look like when it sneezes? It's not a flattering picture and doesn't leave a good impression with first-time visitors.

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Your Church Is More Than a Worship Service: Finding Other On-Ramps
19 Comments » September 10, 2014

Your Church Is More Than a Worship Service: Finding Other On-Ramps

People in your community have no interest in attending your church. It's not you. And it's not them. It's us. We need to change.

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Easter Ideas For Next Year
No Comments » June 16, 2014

Easter Ideas For Next Year

Easter has come and gone. But it's not too late to grab some top-notch Easter ideas your church can use for next year.

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How to Promote Your Church’s VBS
6 Comments » June 11, 2014

How to Promote Your Church’s VBS

VBS is coming. How are you going to promote your church's Vacation Bible School? We round up some ideas, tips and strategies.

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6 Ways You Can Promote Your Christmas Series or Event
2 Comments » November 20, 2013

6 Ways You Can Promote Your Christmas Series or Event

Christmas is coming up fast, but there's still time to promote your Christmas series, events or services and get more people to hear the hope of the season.

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Madeleine L’Engle on Outreach
2 Comments » June 4, 2013

Madeleine L’Engle on Outreach

“We draw people to Christ not by loudly discrediting what they believe... but by showing them a light.”

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Heath Mullikin on New People
2 Comments » February 12, 2013

Heath Mullikin on New People

"Lots of people pray for God to send new people to their church. Few accept the folks God actually sends."

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Church Communication Hero: Aimee Semple McPherson
1 Comment » January 2, 2013

Church Communication Hero: Aimee Semple McPherson

She was an evangelist, radio pioneer, early experimenter in the production arts and founder of the Foursquare denomination. We explore lessons in the life of Aimee Semple McPherson.

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Killing the Christmas Pageant
1 Comment » December 19, 2012

Killing the Christmas Pageant

How one church decided to kill their Christmas pageant and instead throw a party for their entire community. The story of Christmas for the City in Winston Salem, N.C.

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evangelism-outreach Article
No Comments » September 11, 2012

If You Don’t Speak, Someone Else Will

The Park 51 Islamic community center provides an example of the importance of speaking for yourself and the do's and don'ts of religious communication.

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Lessons for the Church from the 2012 Olympics
2 Comments » August 13, 2012

Lessons for the Church from the 2012 Olympics

The 2012 Summer Olympics offer plenty of lessons for churches. Here are three: Tell a story, be a good sport, you're not in control. Plus, bacon!

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Church Communication Hero: Hudson Taylor
6 Comments » July 18, 2012

Church Communication Hero: Hudson Taylor

Hudson Taylor was a British missionary to China in the late 19th century who found a way to connect: the kimono. Find your kimono.

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Lessons from Bible Billboards in Egypt
No Comments » February 1, 2012

Lessons from Bible Billboards in Egypt

Marketing lessons from the head of the Bible Society of Egypt, including the power of opposition to refine our faith, create cooperation and increase creativity.

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How Churches Can Save the U.S. Post Office
13 Comments » January 3, 2012

How Churches Can Save the U.S. Post Office

The post office is in trouble. Everybody has their own solutions, but what if the church came to the rescue?

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