Posts Tagged ‘prayer’

5 Days of Easter Prayer & Coloring Book
March 28, 2018

5 Days of Easter Prayer & Coloring Book

Instead of trying to cram in more marketing in the final days before Easter, take a moment to de-stress with our Easter prayer and coloring book.

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Easter Effort: Farmers Market
April 14, 2015

Easter Effort: Farmers Market

A church in Nebraska used a gardening theme and handed out seed packets at farmers markets. What did your church do for Easter?

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Easter Effort: You’ve Been Egged
April 13, 2015

Easter Effort: You’ve Been Egged

A church in Montana hid eggs in people's yards as an invitation for their Easter services. What did your church do for Easter?

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Prayer for a Church Website
April 6, 2015

Prayer for a Church Website

We offer a prayer for a church website, inspired by an actual church website announcing a four-year-old event on its homepage. Lord, have mercy.

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Church Marketing Podcast: Sneak Peek With Gerry True, Part 2
April 17, 2014

Church Marketing Podcast: Sneak Peek With Gerry True, Part 2

Our final sneak peek episode covers catering a message to your audience, balancing service times for attendance, a prayer for Easter and more.

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Getting Started: Carolyn Clement
July 1, 2013

Getting Started: Carolyn Clement

We talk with volunteer webmaster and social media manager Carolyn Clement about getting started in church marketing: "It’s an exciting time to be a part of church communications."

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The Word Made Fresh: Communicating Church and Faith Today by Meredith Gould
December 3, 2012

The Word Made Fresh: Communicating Church and Faith Today by Meredith Gould

The Word Made Fresh is immensely practical, but in a way that taps into the deep spiritual roots of our calling. It's a helpful primer for church communicators everywhere.

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Praying for Osama bin Laden
May 20, 2011

Praying for Osama bin Laden

A Catholic church in West Palm Beach, Fla., is planning to pray for Osama bin Laden. It's sparking headlines in the media and protests within the church.

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