Communications

Mark MacDonald · November 19, 2017
Most guests will first search for your website before they visit. What will they find? It’s critical you speak directly to them so they know what to expect.

Martin Sinderman · November 19, 2017
Who are the first people a visitor is going to meet at your church? If you’re lucky, it will be someone selected and trained to be a part of your well-organized Guest Services Team.

Gary Zandstra · November 19, 2017
One of the most difficult tasks for a church is making visitors feel comfortable. Here's what you can do to help visitors - before and after - they enter your doors.

M Wagner · November 16, 2017
Christmas is just around the corner. Are you hitting these nine wayfinding visuals to welcome this season's church guests to your ministry?

By Adelle M. Banks · November 14, 2017
Some may see the exhibit as a visual depiction of the Bible’s growing influence over time, and others as a demonstration of the potential for spreading its message further.

Mark MacDonald · November 13, 2017
Having worked in church communications for years, I realize that success for the role of communications is contingent on four traits that must be present in the leader.

By Phil Cooke · November 09, 2017
TV continues to be a powerful medium, and if we understand how it works, and how it connects with an audience, is a worthy pursuit for today's church.

Mark MacDonald · November 09, 2017
Here are 3 essential actions a leader should know practice in order to control church communications.

Jim Kumorek · November 08, 2017
A look at some variables that can negatively affect the quality of your stream.

By Phil Bowdle · November 01, 2017
What’s it going to take to reach more people at your church this year at Christmas? Here are great takeaways to get your plan together, now.