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Confession: as an introvert, I don't enjoy talking on the phone. I know. I know. You say, "Lindsay, you're a communications professional. You, of all people, should enjoy a good phone call."
It's time to give a financial update to your congregation. What to say? How to frame the numbers? What not to say? And why say anything at all?
I offer this advice about word count to at least one of our clients at least once a month.
We're kicking off The Table - a local gathering of communications professionals serving in churches - in 2013 with a closer look at Facebook, Twitter and the power of social media!
Friend! These are the most important conversations you'll have all year long!
Recently, while reading my Bible one morning (so you don’t think I’m too pious, this was AFTER checking email, Twitter, and Facebook) … anyway, I’m reading my Bible and I have this thought about a challenging verse.
Here’s a free resource to release the generosity of your church.
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?
My summer with Fishhook has impacted my life and my work tremendously.
Monday's team lunch is a priority at Fishhook. Why?
We love our work, but sometimes it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Or uninspired. Or just plain tired.
Connecting with your local community! What opportunities can you maximize on your own front porch?
Often the issue in church communications is deeper than what is first presented. Is this true for your church or situation?
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.