Archive for the ‘Personal Care’ Category

Free Devotional for Church Communicators
No Comments » January 11, 2017

Free Devotional for Church Communicators

Ready for a fresh start? Dive into Scripture and see how God provides for you, the busy and over-worked church communicator, with this free devotional.

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52 Ways to Reinvigorate Your Creativity
No Comments » September 12, 2016

52 Ways to Reinvigorate Your Creativity

Do you feel like your creativity is flagging a bit? It happens. We've got some ideas—52 to be exact—to get your creative juices flowing again.

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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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#73: Quit Working Late
No Comments » June 1, 2016

#73: Quit Working Late

Remember: God doesn’t love you because you work endless hours at a church. He loves you because he created you.

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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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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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9 Ways Communicators Can Serve Their Pastor
No Comments » April 20, 2016

9 Ways Communicators Can Serve Their Pastor

Communication is vital, but it's subservient to a pastor's vision. So how do we serve our pastor's vision while still pursing great communication?

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Valuing Communication While Serving Your Pastor
No Comments » April 18, 2016

Valuing Communication While Serving Your Pastor

I love church communicators and our mission to serve the church. But the greatest marketing in the world is a failure if it’s not serving your pastor.

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Stressing Less and Finding Rhythm With Josh Reich and Adam Legg
No Comments » March 28, 2016

Stressing Less and Finding Rhythm With Josh Reich and Adam Legg

Three pastors talk about stress in ministry and finding rhythm rather than balance in this Innovate 4 Jesus video.

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6 Lessons From Serving on Vestry
1 Comment » March 2, 2016

6 Lessons From Serving on Vestry

I served on vestry—the leadership board—at my church for three years and learned some valuable communications lessons.

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Instead of Trying to Survive Easter, Share It
No Comments » February 24, 2016

Instead of Trying to Survive Easter, Share It

If we're not preparing, participating and celebrating the story of Easter, we can't create a message that will connect and engage with our audience.

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How to Survive Easter
No Comments » February 15, 2016

How to Survive Easter

We asked seven church communicators how they survive Easter. It takes planning, focusing on what's important and taking time to take care of yourself.

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Dear Church Communicators, We Love You
10 Comments » February 10, 2016

Dear Church Communicators, We Love You

Dear Church Communicators... you do difficult work, and we honor you for doing it. Both you and your work matter. You are a missionary. We thank God for you.

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5 Things Church Communicators Should Consider Giving Up for Lent
3 Comments » February 3, 2016

5 Things Church Communicators Should Consider Giving Up for Lent

The traditional practice of giving something up for Lent is an opportunity for church communicators to make a change that can be energizing and inspiring for your daily work.

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You Get to Do This
No Comments » January 14, 2016

You Get to Do This

Stephen Brewster talks about the privilege of being a church communicator: You get to do this, you don't have to do it.

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