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Is the Church Bulletin a Sacred Cow?

What role does your church bulletin play in the church’s overall communication strategy? Do we have the bulletin because that’s how it’s always been, or can it be an effective communication tool?

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The Reason Your New Process Won't Work

Having a communications tool for your staff is essential because collaborating without a system, process, or tool is complicated and inefficient. Before choosing a tool, ask yourself (and your team) these questions.

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Why Your Church Needs a Brand

Branding can feel like a bad thing within the church. In reality, that’s not the case. It’s not in the Bible so why do we need to talk about it? How we represent ourselves can impact who we’re able to build relationships with.

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5 Reasons We Do The Juicys

We’re asking churches to share the great things they’re doing in communications for a chance to get a Juicy award. Let us share our motivation for creating The Juicys.

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How to Ruin a Sermon Illustration

Many preachers tells stories that don’t belong to them. These preachers must be careful not to rob people’s intellectual property, as well as to protect those whom they are called to shepherd.

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What’s Your Communication Temperature?

We spend a lot of time chasing what’s “cool.” But what if our time was better spent chasing after “warm”? Together, we’ll look at how important it is for churches to fuel a warm community, and how our online presence can take part in that effort.

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Stop Controlling Everything

When church communicators stop trying to control every detail, the church can begin to do more ministry better. Let’s stop controlling everything.

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