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Articles about social media for churches.
Within your Production Team, it?s your job to create the culture you want. Your volunteers should not just come in, push buttons and leave. You have to work to create opportunities where they can interact, relax, play, have fun and hangout – on Sundays and other times.
Whether you manage a facebook page, group, or otherwise, when it comes to social media, engagement is a big deal. It’s what drives and fuels
Coming up with content to share from your church blog or social media can be a daunting task sometimes. I always encourage church communications leaders
As church communicators, we need to be storytellers. Typically, we tell stories with text, photos and video. However, data tells a story too. It?s a
People want to enjoy where they serve. They want and long for community. There are always things you can do, even on a small budget, to create an exciting place for people to serve.
You have been called to take the Gospel to the ends of the earth, and it’s important that you use the tools available to you to do that in the most effective way possible.
Spend time during the week preparing your volunteers for Sunday. Set them up for success, and you?ll start seeing more ownership and excitement in your volunteer culture.
Understanding your guest is such a great start for helping them feel welcome.
One of the ways I evaluate myself and my results is with ?Start, Stop, Keep?
10 tips from Mars Hill Church to guide your church’s communications strategy.