Posts Tagged ‘bulletin’

How to Transition Your Church to an Online Bulletin
1 Comment » October 19, 2016

How to Transition Your Church to an Online Bulletin

An online bulletin can save your church paper and money, while also giving you better metrics. We explore how one church made the transition.

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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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The Sunday Bulletin Episode
1 Comment » April 6, 2016

The Sunday Bulletin Episode

The podcast covers eight questions for you to think through as you evaluate and create your church bulletin to connect with your audience.

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Church Bulletin Do’s and Don’ts: A Visitor’s Perspective
3 Comments » March 16, 2016

Church Bulletin Do’s and Don’ts: A Visitor’s Perspective

A church bulletin user offers bulletin tips from a user's perspective. What should be on the cover? How much info inside? Should you use pictures?

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7 Tips to Improve Your Church Bulletin
3 Comments » March 14, 2016

7 Tips to Improve Your Church Bulletin

We've got bulletin tips to help you restore that primary vehicle for church communication. We'll engage stakeholders, stop the bloat, quell errors and more.

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Church Bulletin: Don’t Kill It, Make It Better
6 Comments » November 11, 2015

Church Bulletin: Don’t Kill It, Make It Better

While digital communication is a must for churches, eliminating bulletins doesn’t solve the challenge of communicating in the 21st Century.

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The Purpose of Your Church Bulletin: Evaluate Before You Tweak
4 Comments » April 20, 2015

The Purpose of Your Church Bulletin: Evaluate Before You Tweak

What's the purpose of your church bulletin? Is it really the best tool for the job? Before you tweak your bulletin, consider its purpose.

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7 Ways to Kill Your Bulletin
9 Comments » April 15, 2015

7 Ways to Kill Your Bulletin

The world is moving away from print and toward digital resources, yet the church clings to its printed bulletin. Here's how to kill your bulletin.

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Easter Effort: First Year Communicator
1 Comment » April 3, 2015

Easter Effort: First Year Communicator

A church in Florida has a first year communicator who is trying a new bulletin, blog posts and stories. What's your church doing for Easter?

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Church Bulletins: 20 Insights & 10 Great Examples
3 Comments » March 4, 2015

Church Bulletins: 20 Insights & 10 Great Examples

We pull together 10 church bulletins and 20 insights from our #cmschat. Check them out and consider how you can make your church bulletins rock.

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Church Bulletins on #cmschat
No Comments » February 27, 2015

Church Bulletins on #cmschat

We talk church bulletins in our weekly Twitter chat. Lots of ideas, examples, tips and inspiration in the transcript.

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Four Ways to Shift the Church’s Focus
No Comments » December 15, 2014

Four Ways to Shift the Church’s Focus

In order for effective communication to be a reality in the church, change needs to happen. We need to shift our way of thinking. More importantly, we need to enable ...

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When Bulletins Explode All Over Visitors
No Comments » December 4, 2014

When Bulletins Explode All Over Visitors

Just because it's Christmas doesn't mean you need to stuff your bulletin until it explodes. It scares away visitors and doesn't serve the ministries those inserts are trying to help.

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17 Church Bulletin Examples
No Comments » October 7, 2014

17 Church Bulletin Examples

Lots of lessons and ideas from these church bulletin examples, including using images, finding focus, less content and ditching the bulletin entirely.

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Struggles & Victories: Southbridge Fellowship
No Comments » May 29, 2014

Struggles & Victories: Southbridge Fellowship

The woes and wins of church communication. Struggling with the a bulletin to web transition and finding victory on Facebook.

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