This free eBook takes you through how-to's and best practices to make Facebook an effective tool for your church's communications plan.
This fall, Church Juice is offering grants (up to US $8,000 each) to churches and ministries across the United States and Canada.
How can we create an atmosphere of trust that fosters open, honest dialogue? Here are six things I am working on in my church, and I think they may help yours as well.
Much more than just a tool for communicating with local church members, The Bridge App connects your congregation through prayer, an events calendar, membership directory, and the capability to financially support the church budget and local ministries.
Our “Church Communication Strategy: A Guidebook” walks you through evaluating the effectiveness of your current communication practices, finding your audience, building your processes, and creating your content strategy.
The BAM Canada Network is a digital platform to stimulate Business as Mission collaboration by connecting all Christians from any occupation and industry who are looking to combine their passions with the power of business to share the Gospel and create meaningful change.
COVID provides an opportunity for churches to reimagine their ministry and their worship reach.
Local churches are utilizing The Bridge App for live-streaming services, accepting offerings, and managing and tracking attendance.
As the writer of my church’s mass emails, I try to be attentive to what value these emails offer to those who read them. Here are some things I've learned.
Church Juice is hosting a roundtable discussion on racial reconciliation and church communications. Sign up now to be a part of this discussion.
We've worked with state and local health departments to create guidelines, specific for churches in West Michigan, as they consider what re-opening the church may look like.