Social Media & Churches: Choose Platforms Selectively for Audience
By Jennifer Johnson · March 29, 2018 • Instead of posting to six social media platforms, for example, because they are ‘there,’ use the ones that have the greatest impact.
Team Development: The Three C’s Around Developing A Strong, Healthy Group
By Megan Kelly · February 16, 2018 • Whether you’re assigning day-to-day tasks or working on a big project, clear boundaries are important to maintain a healthy work environment.
Why is Social Media in Ministry So Important?
By Len Wilson · January 10, 2018 • The social media model of communication is receiver-focused. It’s about understanding problems and helping solve them. The medium, at its best, has shifted us from hype to help.
Video Production: Six Tips To Creating High-Quality Mobile Videos
By Todd Heft · July 28, 2017 • Your mobile-produced video may not have all the enhancements that you typically do in a video, but the content and overall quality of the images and videos in the clip should be high. This is a reflection of your church.
Church Communications: How Big is Your God?
By Ralph Hicks · July 27, 2017 • With all of the social media tools that exist these days, those of us working in churches are able to meet people in their element: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Our Easter Production Story: Designing a Movement
By Nathan VonMinden · March 1, 2017 • Seeking to go in a new direction prior to rolling out its Neighbor series, Grace Point Church in San Antonio came across a simple phrase where the church could get behind a strong message: #LoveYourNeighbor.
Church Communications: Social Media Tips For Churches
By Taylor Shanton · February 17, 2017 • The true key to a successful, growing, and engaging social media platform is the constant desire to adapt.
Filmmaking: Seek Inspiration and Improvement
By Seth Piper · January 16, 2017 • When you're working on producing content in a church setting, you'll often end up doing most of the work; this is a great opportunity to teach yourself new skills.
5 Tips for Social Media Scheduling
By Mark MacDonald · November 11, 2016 • Social media is constantly changing, so you need to as well. Watch your analytics to see how you’re doing with engagement and followers.
Easter’s Over, Now What?
By Bradley Hodges · April 25, 2016 • The common thread between each of these ideas is creativity. Step outside the box and get creative with how you engage your audience after Easter.
Latest ResourceFor Lighting Design, What Software Is The Right Match For Your Needs? (Part 3)
Dig into this final part of a three-part series that looks into choices for lighting design software, including Vectorworks and LightConverse, and how each can best serve the needs of your church.