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Can Print Communications Co-exist with a Digital Hub?

I tell my kids that it’s rarely “either/or” and usually “both/and”. Then I regret teaching the axiom since Biblical “truths” contradict the slogan. Like a traffic light some admonitions require a red light or a green light; never both on at the same time. But when it comes to finding solutions and…

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2 Ways Church Bulletins Need to Play with Digital

When I visit family and friends in Atlantic Canada (where I grew up) I have to remind myself and my family to please wear nice socks. It sounds odd. But I’ve been living in North Carolina for 14 years and it’s easy to forget the “ways” of my homeland: when you enter…

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Church Bulletins: 2/3’s of Congregations WASTE Them

Church Bulletins: SPECIAL Extended Article I walked toward the Worship Center. An usher briefly caught my eye and handed me a church bulletin. I didn’t really want it but I felt like I was obligated. Greeters are good like that. It’s like they’ve been challenged to give away the most bulletins. Whether you…

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Creating an Effective Church Communication System

My garage and workshop needed organization. A quick look and it was obvious. I hate not being able to find stuff. The more disorganized something is, the harder it is to get started. They say that recognizing the problem is half the battle. I think they lie. Recognizing the problem is really…

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What Can I do With a Limited Budget?!

“Help. Our church needs better communications but I’m not sure where to start with our limited budgets”, said a Pastor at a recent conference. Church communications is a hot topic!  I’ve just finished speaking at several national church conferences and people want to know where to start. Or continue. Budgets. The mere…

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3 Surprising Communication Items Missing From Your Church Budget

Ah, November. Church budget time for most. Pastors, communication leaders, and members want to reach communities better for Christ, and do it in the most cost-effective manner possible. But how do we do it? Since 4000 evangelical churches close their doors every year in America, we hear it loudly: the church can disappear in our growing communities and…

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3 Turnaround Tips for a Shrinking Church

80% of churches are in decline or stagnation. What’s up with that? Do people not need the church anymore? Most communities are growing while local churches are shrinking. Let’s turn that around. The church hasn’t done a great job communicating why its needed. Maybe we don’t know how to verbalize it? This…

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3 Church Things Google Cares About

Church communications is complex. Anyone who thinks it’s easy isn’t doing it the right way. It requires creativity, lots of time, juggling of information, plus volunteers and staff working on it all. Many churches are spending a lot of time feeding their digital hub. The website’s the central hub with social media…

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3 Post-Easter Communication Changes

It’s hard to believe that Easter is finished for another year. All that preparation and planning — especially with communication! Hopefully your church used this holy day to reach into your community and minister to their needs. After any large event, you should have a post-analysis of successes and weaknesses. The sooner…

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2014 Called: Wanting your Church Website Back

I enjoy looking at Throwback Thursday postings on Facebook. Seeing the way people looked “back when”. Sometimes it’s concerning though that we once wore the things we did. Clothing styles certainly change from season to season and year to year! When it comes to digital church communications and your church website, there’s…

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