The Bridge, a free smartphone app created to be a bridge between ministry resources and local churches, has officially launched. Has your church signed up?
Jumpstart is a one-day event on Monday, March 5 for church communicators and administrators in the Pacific Northwest.
After PM Trudeau's "failed joke" involving inclusive language, how do we as Christians use words that acknowledge the image of God?
Tons of churches struggle with building volunteer teams. We want the congregation to get involved in the ministry of the church, but how do we relay that desire?
Many of your members, regular attenders, and guests are on Facebook. There are ways to make your church’s Facebook Page a place that they will like to visit.
Why should I, a busy pastor, take time to write a blog? What purpose could this serve?
I'm both a web developer and leading our cadets through the Computer Knowledge badge. As such, I'm wondering what sorts of tools are out there that would let kids get a website published easily and for free.
Does your church use an online church directory service/app? Please share!
Many churches plan to host a Super Bowl party in the coming weeks. But what can you do to avoid trademark infringement and ensure your party is legal?
What is the current state of church communications? Let’s take a look back at 2017, and look forward to what we desire to see happen in the coming year.
You might be surprised to find out that one of the best ways to grow your audience is to stop trying to build your audience.
Join Church Juice's producer, Bryan Haley, for a live webinar about building and equipping a volunteer team for your church or ministry.
While social media is a great piece of the online outreach pie, there are other pieces that are still necessary to reach, engage, and grow your online audience.
We scoured every church website across the CRCNA. Here are our 10 favorite websites.
2017 was a year with lots of changes at Church Juice and in church communications. Here are some of our most popular articles this year.
More digital channels means church leaders are producing more written content than ever before. But most church leaders lack editing skills. Here are five easy steps you can take today to improve your content editing.
We recently created a closed Facebook Group for church communicators who follow Church Juice. Why would we take the time to create a group, invest in this small community, and promote it? Here are four reasons.
With everything you have going on, I thought I would give ten quick ideas (along with helpful resources) to help you maximize your last-minute Christmas planning.
I see the same dilemma arise in every church I visit—how do we prioritize what gets communicated, using which methods? Here’s a three-tiered approach to help you organize your communications.
Having your office in the community is a great way to meet the people of your town. But you wish to communicate grace and warmth, not selfishness and pride.
Many pastors spend the majority of their work week in their church building and struggle to find ways to engage their community day to day. What if we were able to knock out office work while at the same time engaging in passive evangelism?
Whether we realize it or not, the photos we use on our church website communicate a message to potential visitors. The images we end up using need to authentically express the life of our church.
You know that investing in good communication makes a difference. But how do you convince church leadership that it’s important?
Often I am against a church having a mobile app. But The Bridge is different. Here’s why.
In the latest article, we talk about ideas for how to follow-up with visitors once you get their information. How do you follow-up with guests?