From Our Blog
For the June Honorary Fishhooker of the Every Other Month award, Fishhook is recognizing Jennie Byers, the Operations Director at Emmanuel Church of Greenwood.
Saying yes to God brings unexpected adventures. Take a ride with Fishhook's Evan McBroom to learn more.
I asked each person on our team to summarize what they learned or were reminded of throughout the Fishhook rebranding process.
At first the idea of relaunching Fishhook's brand was uncomfortable for me, but then I remembered that bringing in new light brings in new life.
We have fanfare at Fishhook ... take a listen ...
Hello! My name is Tara Needler, and I am the newest Fishhooker (I feel really weird saying that!).
Occasionally I hear a message that so affirms the work of church communicators that it brings me to tears.
How do you align your team? How do you keep people or ministries from isolating themselves? Join us at The Table to discuss.
Did you know that each little letter you're reading now was at one time meticulously drawn and crafted by a designer?
I'm Drew Chastain, an eighth grader from Avon Middle School South, and yesterday I got the opportunity to follow ("job shadow") Evan McBroom and the rest of the Fishhook crew.
This Easter, rather than making a fuss about the cell-phone-wielding people in attendance, we encouraged them to pull out their cell phones and participate.
For the April Honorary Fishhooker of the Every Other Month award, Fishhook is recognizing Ivonne Zimmer, who serves as both the director of development and business manager at St. John Lutheran Church & School in Indianapolis.
Because, good writing will move you from giving information to crafting a message that evokes a response.
Here are three essential segments to analyze from your traffic statistics reports.
I wonder ... how often do we have negative internal communication? And, how often does that come out in our body language, our speech and our actions?