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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?
Every effective ministry within your church needs the same things. Here's why and what you may need for your communications ministry.
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.
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.
Because, good writing will move you from giving information to crafting a message that evokes a response.
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?
What does a broken doorbell have to do with communications around your church? Find out how poor signage caused a problem ...
Following my first post on color, we're going to now tackle file types. There are a lot of different types of files to choose from and it can be just as confusing as color. Here's a brief summary of the most common file types.
When 30 talented creative/communications professionals gather in one room, there's bound to be some great take-aways! In case you missed it, The Table, held January 26, focused on enhancing visual media at your church. We covered everything from ...
One of my favorite parts of my job is to "secret shop" a church service. Although my evaluation begins when I pull in the parking lot, it doesn't end until a few days later.
The Table is a refreshed version of the former Church Communications Roundtable.
I'm going to just admit it: I am easily swayed by advertising. Pretty much regardless of product or service, if the hook is good (or funny, or loud enough), it'll grab my attention. This is probably why my wife mutes the commercials while we're ...
Here's a tale that is all too familiar to me. I'm guilty of not being who I am so that I can fit into my circumstances and surroundings. But as creatives and storytellers, Bianca Juarez-Olthoff quotes her father as he urges us to "be who you ...