Communications

Mark MacDonald · April 24, 2018
You want people to read your emails. They're important! Follow these six tips to capture your audience's attention.

By Chris Martin · April 23, 2018
Creating native video content without the right understanding of these basic principles can lead to a waste of your money, time and effort.

Mark MacDonald · April 16, 2018
If you don’t have a lot of followers, don’t have a lot of post likes, and certainly don’t get a lot of post shares, then maybe, just maybe you have these 3 problems.

Deborah Ike · April 05, 2018
If you’re intentional in providing clear guidance to volunteers and appreciating them during and after the event, they’ll have a positive experience and will be more likely to volunteer for future events.

By Richard Ventura · April 02, 2018
From announcements to sermons — from concerts to community events, digital signage is giving houses of worship new ways to connect to their congregations.

Mark MacDonald · March 27, 2018
When it’s done, everyone is tempted to take off a few days to rest and recover. But don’t do it until you’ve done these 4 things.

Gary Zandstra · March 20, 2018
Along the way it has become an idea, that if the big, cool churches are doing something, then everybody feels like they need to copy them and do the same thing.

Rachel Dawn Hayes · March 20, 2018
Breaking the news to your church, of a renovation or expansion, can be a daunting undertaking. Pastors and professionals share how to communicate the ‘Next Big Thing’ to your church body.

Mark MacDonald · March 15, 2018
Many churches aren’t willing to admit that their communication is broken. Even when it’s just not working.

By Phil Bowdle · March 06, 2018
There’s a very real possibility that what we share may be one of the few positive posts they see all day in their feeds. That’s an opportunity for us to share hope, love and encouragement.