Do you hear that? It’s September and I can already hear the jingle bells in the distance. With Christmas on the horizon, here’s a look at the planning… Read more “How To Plan For Christmas At Your Church”
No Communications Director is an island. There are too many moving parts for one person to do it all with quality and excellence. Plus, you will burn… Read more “How to Add a Communications Volunteer”
When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. Matthew 9:36
Crowds are coming to your church this Sunday. Remember that every interaction is an opportunity to show compassion and display the care of Christ.
Social media is relentless. Each day requires fresh content to engage with your audience. Luckily, one of the most valuable sources of content is readily available to you every… Read more “How to Create Social Media Content From Your Pastor’s Sermon”
The bulletin. The word brings dread to church communicators everywhere. Like many churches, we created, proofed, printed and folded hundreds of bulletins each week only to watch… Read more “Why We Switched to a Monthly Bulletin”
I’m an Asana fan. I use it for my weekly to do’s and to manage projects for our church . Sermon series are a major project that happen… Read more “How to Use Asana to Plan a Sermon Series”
“I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery.” – Exodus 20:2 Context, context, context. My pastor always… Read more “The Tension Between Relationship and Rules”