Posts Tagged ‘Crystal Kirkman’

What Do You Do When Christmas Falls on a Sunday?
October 5, 2016

What Do You Do When Christmas Falls on a Sunday?

This year Christmas falls on a Sunday, creating a potential wrinkle for church communication plans as you seek to invite guests and leave time for family.

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Christmas in July: Surviving Christmas
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?
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
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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Christmas in July: Favorite Christmas Service
July 13, 2016

Christmas in July: Favorite Christmas Service

We asked six church communicators about their favorite Christmas service. They run the gamut from Broadway spectacle and movies to simple candlelight.

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How to Survive Easter
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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Preparation for Easter: Ash Wednesday and Lent
February 1, 2016

Preparation for Easter: Ash Wednesday and Lent

We asked five church communicators what they do for Ash Wednesday and Lent. These traditional times are ideal preparation leading into Easter.

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Promoting Easter: What Works?
January 26, 2016

Promoting Easter: What Works?

We asked six church communicators about the most effective way of promoting Easter. A theme quickly developed: Empowering and equipping your congregation.

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