Social media is used every day, both in and out of the church. What types of guidelines do you have for your church's social presence?
The Christmas season is right around the corner. Let’s talk about things to think about in planning your successful Christmas services.
Facebook is an open channel between customer and business, congregant and church. So, what do you do when someone leaves a negative comment?
We are excited about the future of Church Juice. But, as we continue to make plans, we want to hear from you. Will you take our 4-question survey?
Because so many people are already on Facebook, that can commonly be where someone first encounters your church. Here are some tips for making your Facebook page a suitable and welcoming front door.
We put a lot of time into our fall outreach events, bringing new families to our church. But what happens after the event is over is just as important as the lead-up to the event.
Quality marketing and communication in the church makes a difference. Here’s why.
Here are four things that you can do in your church to help break through the noise and use your online presence better.
Church Juice has a new captain at the helm and we’re so excited! Bryan Haley joined the team last month as our new project lead, and is already hard at work planning the launch of all new Church Juice posts.
Does anyone have a functional web site policy that would help us in the development of one at a local level?
I hear talk of the CRCNA developing a smartphone app for Sunday offering giving. Does this have validity?
We're wondering if any other CR churches have experimented with the "New City Catechism" app?
With the growing trend toward digital media in society, it should come as no surprise that churches can, and should leverage this opportunity to connect with a wide variety of people. Learn about how LifeQuest is using Facebook to grow membership.
Looking to update your church's website in 2017? Here are some keys for modernizing your website as you think about what first impressions you want your church to make online.
Our church may be looking to switch our web host in the near future (we currently use iPower). What do you all use for your church's web host?
This post isn’t about saying “yes” or “no” to using stock photography in general. Instead, we want to help you think strategically about stock images and when you should avoid them.
I find there’s a major disconnect between churches wanting to improve their communication and actually doing it. The challenge is that these conversations require knowing the church's mission and vision.
Church bulletins need images. Social media relies on pictures. All this means you need to understand basic graphic design. Our free ebook, Church Graphic Design 101, walks you through common design projects.
There’s something about the first warm day in Spring that gives us a rare enthusiasm to clean our homes and yards. As a church communicator, it’s also a great time to look over your website.
You’ve probably heard the news that the CRC is launching a Digital Library exclusively for CRC churches and members. You may wonder, “How will the Digital Library benefit me and my church?” or “Why a digital library?”
Last week it was announced that the CRC will launch a free Digital Library in April along with a 20% discount for CRCs in June.
In part 4 of this Church Data Storage tutorial series, we are going to look at reports.
In part 3 of this Church Data Storage tutorial series, we are going to look at workflows.
Content marketing is a perfect fit for churches. It’s true. It might sound like another generic business term to you, but it’s at the core of what you’re already doing.