Archive for the ‘Featured’ Category

The Email Marketing for Churches Episode
No Comments » August 29, 2016

The Email Marketing for Churches Episode

Churches of any size can capitalize on email and transform it into their strongest tool for communication. We explore how your church can do it.

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Snapchat: An Introduction for Churches
No Comments » August 24, 2016

Snapchat: An Introduction for Churches

Snapchat is confusing, hard to use, weird and wow do I sound old. It's also bigger than Twitter and a powerful way your church can reach young people.

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Inspiration Over Information on Social Media
No Comments » August 22, 2016

Inspiration Over Information on Social Media

Churches should use social media to share inspiration, not just the latest details. We look at examples of churches doing just that.

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Switching to a Monthly Bulletin: Why & How
No Comments » August 17, 2016

Switching to a Monthly Bulletin: Why & How

The worship bulletin is the sacred cow of church communication. And my church took it on, shifting to a monthly bulletin. Here's why and how we did it.

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A Look at Non-Conventional Worship Services
1 Comment » August 16, 2016

A Look at Non-Conventional Worship Services

The traditional church service doesn't work for everybody. We explore examples of how you can bring that worship service to your community in a new way.

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How to Find Stories to Tell at Your Church
No Comments » August 10, 2016

How to Find Stories to Tell at Your Church

Your church has some powerful stories to tell, but you can't share them if you don't know them. We explore active and passive ways to gather stories.

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Churches: Be Careful Using Olympic Trademarks
No Comments » August 8, 2016

Churches: Be Careful Using Olympic Trademarks

If your church is planning a sermon series, Olympic-related event or just tweeting the games, be aware of the Olympic brand crackdown.

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Creative Missions 2016: Website Design
2 Comments » August 3, 2016

Creative Missions 2016: Website Design

Earlier this year we sent a team of church communicators to Vermont. Here are the websites they built to help share the gospel with their communities.

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4 Ways Churches Fail When It Comes to Asking for Money
No Comments » August 1, 2016

4 Ways Churches Fail When It Comes to Asking for Money

Nobody likes to ask for money. But let's be honest, your church needs money. It's time to change the way we talk about money in the church.

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Christmas in July: Surviving Christmas
No Comments » July 27, 2016

Christmas in July: Surviving Christmas

We asked five church communicators how to survive Christmas. They talk about the importance of intentionally taking time to take care of yourself.

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Christmas in July: What About Advent?
No Comments » July 25, 2016

Christmas in July: What About Advent?

We asked four church communicators about Advent: "[It] gives us the quiet space to reflect on how we prepare our spirit for the coming of Emmanuel."

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Christmas in July: Promoting Christmas
No Comments » July 20, 2016

Christmas in July: Promoting Christmas

We asked five church communicators about promoting Christmas services. They all said word of mouth. Learn more about inspiring your people to invite others.

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Opportunity to Offer Hope at Certification Lab
2 Comments » July 19, 2016

Opportunity to Offer Hope at Certification Lab

At Certification Lab we learn how to communicate well. And that's exactly what our culture needs right now. They need hope in the face of fear.

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Free Social Media Images from SundaySocial.tv
1 Comment » July 18, 2016

Free Social Media Images from SundaySocial.tv

SundaySocial.tv is a new service offering images your church can use on their social media channels every day. We've even got some free sample images.

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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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