I love that churches, especially larger churches that have full media departments, choose to give their content away. This is an incredible blessing to the body and I’m so thrilled that churches do this.
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This articles dives into the realities of having a creative calling and how to navigate through that in the midst of our walk with Jesus and other.
For church creatives, it can be tempting to lean on the vast array of stock footage and photography to quickly curate content for promotions. But what if churches, like Jesus Himself, used their own people to share the story?
By transcribing your audio or video sermons you are able to reach even further than you thought possible by posting it on social media and your website and making it available to your entire community, and ultimately to the world
Understanding your guest is such a great start for helping them feel welcome.
Once you start caring for your volunteers, they’ll start caring for your guests.
Your Sunday worship service is the hub for other activities at your church. It’s the main event. It’s the gathering for your entire church. It would make sense that you would want to pour the most time, energy, and money into creating this experience. It’s also the event you should spend most of your time planning.
In the age of digital marketing, email still remains the basis of any effective marketing strategy.
Being equipped, encouraged, excited, and understanding the Word of God is not just important, but it is an essential way to spend time in the life of every Christian (the Bible tells me so).
No matter where you church is at in regards to executing a media-rich worship service, these 5 elements can add spice and engage your audience. Like any media element, if you use the same thing over and over, your audience may get desensitized to it, so be sure to change these out per series or every few weeks to keep things fresh.
What’s the story your church is telling? Whether or not we are aware of it, the plans we make and execute as communicators create a narrative that the Church experiences.
If you run a blog for your church, here are 3 of the most common SEO mistakes you probably didn’t realize you were making.
I’ve been guilty in the past of begging for volunteers. I’ve laid the thick guilt trip on from the stage before. I’ve forced the “Want to Volunteer?” slide on the Announcement loop every Sunday. I’ve seemed down right desperate. There was a point in my ministry when I realized something. I realized that we really didn’t need volunteers. People don’t respond to “need”. They respond to vision.