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Vermont: Creative Missions 2016 Wrap-Up
No Comments » May 31, 2016

Vermont: Creative Missions 2016 Wrap-Up

This year's crew of 25 missionaries served a dozen under-resourced churches in Vermont, helping them communicate better and share the gospel.

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Seeking Staff Criticism as You Roll Out Ideas
No Comments » May 25, 2016

Seeking Staff Criticism as You Roll Out Ideas

Seeking staff criticism from trusted colleagues can help you improve ideas and make them more effective before rolling them out to your entire church.

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Follow Along With Creative Missions 2016
No Comments » May 24, 2016

Follow Along With Creative Missions 2016

Church communicators are in Vermont right now helping local churches communicate better. Follow along as the team makes an impact.

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Welcoming Children to Church
1 Comment » May 23, 2016

Welcoming Children to Church

Not every church has the budget for a massive children's ministry, so how do we avoid banishing them and instead welcome children into our worship services?

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How You Can Support Creative Missions 2016
2 Comments » May 20, 2016

How You Can Support Creative Missions 2016

Church communicators are gathering in Vermont right now to help local churches communicate better. It's Creative Missions 2016. Here's how you can help.

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Common Website Questions Google Analytics Can Answer
2 Comments » May 18, 2016

Common Website Questions Google Analytics Can Answer

Google Analytics offers valuable insight for your church website. Assuming you know where to look. We explore basic questions Google Analytics can answer.

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10 Reasons You Should Attend Certification Lab
5 Comments » May 16, 2016

10 Reasons You Should Attend Certification Lab

Our next Certification Lab is July 17-19. We've got 10 reasons why you should be there, including access to instructors, connections, ongoing help and more.

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4 Nonprofit Marketing Lessons for Churches
2 Comments » May 11, 2016

4 Nonprofit Marketing Lessons for Churches

While churches are nonprofits, there's a lot we can learn from the nonprofit world about how to communicate. We cover mission, branding, advocates and more.

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Texting in Church: It Can Be Good
2 Comments » May 9, 2016

Texting in Church: It Can Be Good

We cover the why, how, what and best practices of texting your congregation. With open rates at 99% the real question is why isn't your church texting?

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#27 & #28: Quit Being Trendy/Old Fashioned
No Comments » May 5, 2016

#27 & #28: Quit Being Trendy/Old Fashioned

Some churches are obsessed with the new and shiny. Others love the ancient traditions. And sometimes we care too much about those minor issues.

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7 Ways to Build Relationships with Church Coworkers
6 Comments » May 4, 2016

7 Ways to Build Relationships with Church Coworkers

Building relationships with church coworkers can make your life simpler and your job easier. Communication is all about relationships.

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Social Media: Taking the Time to Respond
1 Comment » May 3, 2016

Social Media: Taking the Time to Respond

The reality is every social media notification is a connection and relationship to the kingdom work that God is doing, and that elevates that conversation.

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How Email Automation Can Improve Ministry Communication
2 Comments » May 2, 2016

How Email Automation Can Improve Ministry Communication

Email automation is a way to efficiently send timely messages and make your life easier. Plus you can better connect with your congregation and do ministry.

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What Can You Control?: Making the Most of Your Position
No Comments » April 28, 2016

What Can You Control?: Making the Most of Your Position

Take initiative in the jobs you’re given, whether or not they are the jobs you wanted, and use those opportunities to showcase what you can do.

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#11: Quit Caring About a Dress Code
No Comments » April 28, 2016

#11: Quit Caring About a Dress Code

Your Sunday best is a cultural tradition, not a biblical mandate. When churches strive to be respectable, they’re kind of missing the point.

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