Facebook Groups are one of the best ways to connect with others, access resources, gain ideas, and much more.
I’ve got a novel idea about how churches can use Facebook groups and your church’s fan page together to build community online that is both organized and powerful.
Every church wants to be found. That’s the goal, right?
What you communicate about Memorial Day matters.
Online reviews from Google and Yelp can help people to find your church. However, what do you do if someone writes a negative online review of your church? There are a few appropriate ways to respond.
Preachers and comedians both regularly present original material in front of live audiences on a weekly basis. Despite this similarity, most everything else about these two professions is quite different. But imagine if church leaders had more in common with comics.
Use these 4 hacks to instantly improve your writing.
Your church will communicate a lot about your understanding of the Gospel and your awareness of people this Sunday. So here are 3 things to say in order to represent Jesus & serve people.
If you ever get stuck on what to post, or have fallen into a posting rut and want to freshen up your content, here are ten social media posts you should try.
Us and Them. That’s a way of thinking that polarizes and divides any good company, community, or relationship. However, it’s often the way that church communicators and pastors view the relationship.
What if you could get more people to register for your events?
Some of the best growth happens with small changes over time. Often those small changes make a bigger difference than anything else.
Connect and collaborate with other church communications practitioners in your area. Join a Facebook Group.
In most social media channels, the primary focus is geared towards getting the user to look at your content. But what if we created a tangible way for them to use our social media channels throughout daily life?
Hustle is relentless. Hustle is uncommon. Hustle is inconvenient. Hustle is hard. Hustle is worth it.
In a world filled with fake news and conspiracy theories, we need humor and satire more than ever.
Instagram lets you share up to 10 photos and videos in one post. Here’s some creative ways your church can use this new feature.
Sometimes it is through our mistakes, our failures, and our mess-ups that we learn to make what we do even better.
A roundup of free Easter resources from our friends. Sermon series, artwork, openers, and more – all FREE.
People check your website to find out about Easter. Answer their questions before they ask them.
A great way to get in front of a bigger audience is for churches to have the audio of their sermons transcribed.
Stats and data are powerful tools to support our desire for change. But what happens when the information we use is bad?
Instead of telling you all the reasons you should join a site, I’m going to share with you some reasons you do NOT want to join ThatCC and become a PRO Member.
Gathering audience feedback is crucial for innovation and growth, but how do you conduct surveys in the right way?