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This week I was at lunch with a lead pastor and a worship pastor of a large, thriving church in a mid-size community. Two good men of God. Or so I thought …
Respect breeds more respect especially when challenging issues or times arise. Here's how respect plays out at Fishhook.
We're sharing some of our personal and team goals for the new year. And what about you?
Merry Christmas from all of us at Fishhook! Today Megan and Leah tell how we're giving to a couple of their favorite organizations in honor of YOU.
Friend! These are the most important conversations you'll have all year long!
Every effective ministry within your church needs the same things. Here's why and what you may need for your communications ministry.
It's easy to be focused on our own needs at our own busy churches. What does it take to have memorable hospitality for our guests?
We love our work, but sometimes it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Or uninspired. Or just plain tired.
I asked each person on our team to summarize what they learned or were reminded of throughout the Fishhook rebranding process.
We have fanfare at Fishhook ... take a listen ...
For the February Honorary Fishhooker of the Every Other Month award, Fishhook is recognizing Kevin Carr, who directs both communications and involvement at Kingsway Christian Church in Avon, Ind.
The past couple of weeks in Indianapolis have been thrilling. My hometown was the consummate host city for Super Bowl XLVI!
God has blessed our Fishhook team with new office space in the new year! We are thankful ... and we're loving it! As we continue to get settled, we wanted to share our favorite things about the new space.
Recently we shared the importance of having white space or margin in our lives to be still, to honor and communicate with God, and then to be more effective in our work as a result. I want to put an exclamation point (I might even bold, ...
Recently I was working – visiting a church's morning worship services – on a Sunday. I was just 10 minutes from my house for this visit … at a church I didn’t even know existed until this work assignment came in a couple weeks prior.