Good church communication doesn’t just happen, it requires strategy, insight and planning. Having a communication person to oversee it can make the difference between success and failure.
Every generation gather information differently; print, email, social media and web. So how can we deliver information to the right people in a print vs digital world?
Here are some thoughts on navigating the waters.
Your church and community live busy lives, with limited time and attention spans.
It isn’t that they don’t want to care about what the church has planned, they are too busy to know they need to.
So it’s our responsibility to let them know what is important in the life of our church and why.
The challenge of course is doing it in a way that isn’t annoying.
Looking for a list of top church communication resources and thought leaders?
You’ve come to the right spot. Here’s my growing list of people and organizations speaking into the church.
Despite the growth of social media, texting and web searches, daily email use continues to be one of the best ways to connect with your church. So, what is the easiest way to gather and use email and a better way to connect via website? ...
You have a church event to promote, and you’re stuck. The leader wants a graphic for Sunday Slideshow, Facebook image, Sunday program and you’re just trying to get through the day.
You didn’t go to school for design, but the responsibility is on your shoulders. What can you do?
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