Spring is here, and that means it’s time to clean. Why not clean up your church website while you’re at it?
We’re living in a post-Christian society. So with that in mind, how do we communicate effectively to those around us?
When church communicators stop trying to control every detail, the church can begin to do more ministry better. Let’s stop controlling everything.
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.
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.
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.
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?
The slow and clunky response of Equifax to its recent data breach is a reminder of why it's important to be prepared for unlikely scenarios. Let’s make sure our churches are better prepared and respond more effectively in times of crisis.
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.
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 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.