Summer doesn’t have to be a dry spell in a church. In many instances, it’s the busiest part of the year. Use that to your advantage and keep the momentum going.
While they don’t have to be exhaustive, there are a few items to consider including in each church staff member’s bio.
I would encourage your church to have an FAQ page on your site and to include the answers to these eight questions:
Once you have your idea and intended audience nailed down, make the choice from among these five major styles and formats of podcasts:
The SKS evaluation process allows you to find areas where you’ve lost focus or drifted from your mission.
For those of you who have a podcast or want to start one, these are four most important things to focus on with your show.
This infographic below sheds quite a bit of light on some simple practices that can be adapted for churches that will allow them to communicate more effectively with their members.
What if your church was faced with a scandal or legal issue that called for crisis communications? Are you prepared?
If your church decides to set up family photo stations for a holiday or event, take into consideration these eight items:
You might expect me to weigh the pros and cons and determine whether or not you should be on the platform—but that is for you to decide.