Archive for the ‘Evangelism & Outreach’ Category

Pokemon Go & Your Church: Welcoming Gamers on #cmschat
1 Comment » July 15, 2016

Pokemon Go & Your Church: Welcoming Gamers on #cmschat

Last night's #cmschat on Twitter covered Pokemon Go. We talked about what it is, why it matters and why churches should care.

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Christmas in July: Favorite Christmas Service
No Comments » July 13, 2016

Christmas in July: Favorite Christmas Service

We asked six church communicators about their favorite Christmas service. They run the gamut from Broadway spectacle and movies to simple candlelight.

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Pokémon Go: Sending People to Your Church
4 Comments » July 11, 2016

Pokémon Go: Sending People to Your Church

Pokémon Go launched last week, sending streams of people to church. Wait, what? Yeah, an augmented reality smartphone game is bringing people to church.

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The Importance of Finding the Right Audience on #cmschat
No Comments » July 8, 2016

The Importance of Finding the Right Audience on #cmschat

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

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Christmas in July: Small Churches
1 Comment » July 5, 2016

Christmas in July: Small Churches

The Small Church Leadership Podcast covers Christmas, exploring planning, strategy and how to take care of yourself, especially for small churches.

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Orlando to Ramadan: The Communication of Outreach
No Comments » June 22, 2016

Orlando to Ramadan: The Communication of Outreach

The Orlando shooting and a Ramadan outreach illustrate that as society changes, we must learn how to communicate and relate to people we disagree with.

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Collaborating With Other Churches: Let’s Work Together
1 Comment » June 20, 2016

Collaborating With Other Churches: Let’s Work Together

What if your church collaborated with other churches in your community? What could happen? How would your community respond to that?

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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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