We started The Juicys to reward churches who had great vision for effectively using communications tools to reach their congregations and communities. Did YOUR church do a communications project?
Right at this moment, four people are using the 'Church Finder' on crcna.org. And what churches are they looking for? Yours.
Churches have a wealth of great content. It’s true. Yet so many churches struggle when it comes to finding the right things to post on social media, websites or other communications avenues.
If podcasts can help reach a bigger audience with the love of Jesus then let’s do it! Right?
Is your church website going to be ready for Easter? Here’s why it matters...
Building and maintaining a good website is a struggle for many churches. Here are some of the most common roadblocks you can remove to give your website a better chance.
We have created a short tutorial that explains the simple process of subscribing to a topic, author, or specific post on The Network.
In this guide you’ll find an introduction to the basics, guidance for setting up your account (with examples from other churches), posting strategies and a look at Twitter ads.
I would like to be able to give people the opportunity to watch the sermon on Sunday even though they are not able to attend in person. I'm asking for help to find out what kind of technology do we need...
My Charity Connects, a special initiative of CanadaHelps, assists charities in learning about social media and online technology.
While some churches are rocking Twitter, others aren’t giving the best impression of who they are. If you’re committed to being on the blue bird network, here are some areas for you to consider.
What guidance do children and youth need from parents and the church in navigating the internet?
There are so many choices out there. I was wondering if anyone had either used, or could recommend a good Admin software?
The technological side of designing and building a website can be intimidating. But choosing to ignore the web isn’t a smart option. Here are a few reasons why.
Because we know it can be intimidating to try new things (even more so if the results will be published on the Internet) we created two short tutorials that demonstrate the simple steps of starting a new post.
In this webinar, we discuss a multi-media approach to communicating with members and your surrounding community. We look at websites, social media, email, in service announcements and more.
Are you thinking about creating a new church website with WordPress? This video has 6 things you should look for in a theme.
So many different church website options can sometimes seem overwhelming. These three questions are foundationational for figuring out which option is best for you and your church.
Having a hard time keeping up with all the changing layouts of social media sites? Not to worry.
If the change of seasons motivates you to do something new, here are five tips for sprucing up your church website.
How to make the most of Twitter's new design.
One name for "#" is “hashtag” and it’s become rather significant in the social networking world. Do you think it could be useful in church, too?
I just finished reading Justin Wise’s The Social Church: A Theology of Digital Communication. It was a great book that actually achieved its subtitle’s goal. It created a pretty comprehensive case (practically and biblically) why churches should engage in social media. This has got me thinking about how my church uses social media and in particular Facebook...
They (whoever “they” are) have been saying for a while now, “The world’s going mobile,” and it sure seems they are right, doesn’t it? Wherever you look, people are peering, or talking, or singing along, or listening as they walk, ride, fly -- whatever. What about you and your church? Are you going mobile?
Looking back on technology in 2013, tablets were a pretty important item. The first Apple iPad was released in 2010, so the tablets have been around a while now, but it seems to me that they were still quite newsworthy throughout 2013. If not newsworthy, they were at least penetrating more and more into our lives, including our work lives. Have you found this to be true? Are you or those you know using tablets at work? At home? How about at church?