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Communications & Marketing
Chuck Scoggins

Planning Ahead for Christmas

Imagine it’s October 3. Hypothetically speaking. You’re drinking your pumpkin spice beverage. (Don’t hate.) You’re enjoying the changing of the color of the leaves. Perhaps

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Communications & Marketing
Justin Dean

The Promo Request Checklist

How do you handle promotions & communications requests? As a church communications or marketing person, receiving promotions requests from every which way is pretty common.

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Communications & Marketing
Jose Reyes

4 Ways To Up Your Insta Game

Instagram is one of the fastest growing platforms worldwide. It only makes sense that we learn to utilize it. I’ve laid out 4 ways that

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Communications & Marketing
Carl Barnhill

Leading Lyrics

We’ve all been there – you’re singing along and you’re 2 lines into the next slide before the operator advances to the next slide of lyrics. It’s brutal. I mean brutal.
It feels like the congregation is on a roller coaster ride of singing together.
Being late on leading lyrics halts the worship of your people.

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Communications & Marketing
Justin Dean

3 Effective Time Savers

“Time is money” is a phrase that’s been around since the 1700’s (thank you Ben Franklin) for a reason. Because it’s true. We put a

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Leadership
James Miller

The End of Seminary

Seminaries might have to begin ethical conversations about the promises they are making and the damage such promises are likely to render on the families of young pastors. If seminary is easy to enroll in, expensive, and offers no critical proof of tangible results, what is the value of seminary?

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Leadership
Robert Carnes

What I’ve Learned By Writing Books of the Bible By Hand

I have a theory. It goes like this—the people who knew God’s word better than anyone else were probably those monks who used to copy the Bible by hand back in medieval times. To put that theory into (limited) practice, I decided to do something similar.

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Communications & Marketing
Meagan Ranson

Trolls Are People Too

TROLLS. We all have them, and some of us have even been them. The line between a negative comment and having a troll on your

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