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The Power of Delegation in Church Design
1 Comment » June 21, 2017

The Power of Delegation in Church Design

With the right style guides, templates, and training we can delegate design and foster a collaborative work environment, give ownership, and reduce burnout.

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Jim LePage on Design in the Church
No Comments » June 19, 2017

Jim LePage on Design in the Church

Designer, artist, and painter Jim LePage talks about how churches could be using design to take risks and provoke people to consider bigger issues.

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Saving Money by Moving Away From Printed Bulletins
No Comments » June 14, 2017

Saving Money by Moving Away From Printed Bulletins

Changing the bulletin needs to be a process. Here's how one church is shifting from weekly printed bulletins to a monthly bulletin to a digital bulletin.

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Church Website Revival
No Comments » June 12, 2017

Church Website Revival

Check out Ekklesia360's Church Website Revival and sign up to get an analysis of your church's website.

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Marcus Williamson on Design in the Church
No Comments » June 7, 2017

Marcus Williamson on Design in the Church

Graphic designer Marcus Williamson talks about the state of design in the church and how creatives can help move churches toward being more creative.

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More Father’s Day Social Media Graphics
No Comments » June 6, 2017

More Father’s Day Social Media Graphics

We've got a set of free Father's Day social media graphics for your church to share. You can use them as is, edit them, or whatever you need.

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Montana Big Sky: Creative Missions 2017 Wrap-Up
No Comments » June 5, 2017

Montana Big Sky: Creative Missions 2017 Wrap-Up

Creative Missions helped 10 churches in Montana with 20 logos, 5 websites, 35 videos, 40 print pieces, 46 signs, and more, totaling 1,568 hours worked.

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Design Help for Non-Designers
No Comments » June 1, 2017

Design Help for Non-Designers

If you don't know what a serif is or are intimidated by Photoshop but still have to crank out designs for your church, Courageous Storytellers is here for you.

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Not a Big Budget Church? Lower Your Expectations
1 Comment » May 31, 2017

Not a Big Budget Church? Lower Your Expectations

When we don't have big budgets or big communications teams, we need to lower our expectations so that we can pursue excellence.

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Why Bulletins Suck and You Should Burn Them All
No Comments » May 24, 2017

Why Bulletins Suck and You Should Burn Them All

Want to get rid of your bulletin but facing pushback? We explore some of the common reasons for keeping a bulletin and why that rationale may not hold up.

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Free Dangerous Download
No Comments » May 22, 2017

Free Dangerous Download

Creative Missions literally wrote the book on church communication with Dangerous: A Go-to Guide for Church Communication. You can download a free sample.

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Follow Along With Creative Missions 2017
No Comments » May 22, 2017

Follow Along With Creative Missions 2017

28 church communicators are serving churches in Montana with Creative Missions. You can follow along as they help churches communicate better.

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How You Can Support Creative Missions 2017
No Comments » May 19, 2017

How You Can Support Creative Missions 2017

Church communicators are coming to Montana to help local churches communicate better. It's Creative Missions 2017. Here's how you can help.

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Church Websites: To Hub or Not to Hub
5 Comments » May 17, 2017

Church Websites: To Hub or Not to Hub

A hub is a website tool that offers next step information for your congregation, freeing up your main site to focus on visitors. We explore pros and cons.

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Multi-Site Bulletins: 5 Questions to Make Them Work
No Comments » May 15, 2017

Multi-Site Bulletins: 5 Questions to Make Them Work

How does a multi-site church do bulletins without recreating the wheel? We asked Life.Church. They print 45,000 bulletins across 26 campuses every week.

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