As a pastor, you are responsible for leading and shepherding your church. Part of that role involves pointing out things others miss. And you have that responsibility with Christmas music.
Having a unified voice with all ministries was a learning moment for me more than it was for the other ministry leaders.
Nationwide survey shows many churches saw declining or flat giving in 2015, while at the same time seeing the need for modern digital giving solutions (Infographic).
There are no shortage of podcasts to absorb, even just on the topic of church communications.
Think outside the box of church size stereotypes and give yourself the opportunity to learn from others, despite the size of church they’re responsible for.
The holiday season is the perfect opportunity for ministries and faith-based organizations to gain media coverage.
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Knowing the psychology behind why people share content can help you create better content.
Quick tips to stepping up your Snapchat game.
We asked the church communications community to share their favorite social media tips with us.
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New Tab Bible Verses replaces your “new tab” page with a selection of randomized Bible verses.
Maybe we all need an investment approach to social media, based on our rate of contribution (what we can control) rather than comparing our returns to someone else’s.
Thoughts on the future of That Church Conference.
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A great selection of church communications podcast to add to your list.
What is Google Penguin and what does it mean for your church…
Practical tips to help you cut through the clutter.
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Since the internet and age of information has begun, it seems that human-kinds ability to crank is moving faster and faster. For people looking to create a platform & capture an audience, for a while (a long while) the rule of the land was that, Content is King....
Snapchat and Instagram have been getting a lot of attention lately, and rightfully so. But there's another social media platform out there that still deserves some attention from churches. Founded in 2002, this social media platform is older than Facebook, Twitter and...
I'm a new dad, kind of, 8 1/2 months in to this whole dad gig. I love it. My son is healthy, giggles, is crawling a little and growing each day. At first it was a bit rough, but it has gotten much, much better. To the point of this whole rest and being a dad. I'm sure...
There are 3 concepts that I've seen confused in the communications world. Sometimes they're used interchangeably and sometimes they're not used at all, but I've found that the most effective communication strategies, whether in church or in business, come from teams...