Today the Wall Street Journal explored how churches are using technology in an piece called “Churches Embrace the Web In Bid to Attract Members”. It covers churches using new sites like MySpace, Flickr and Friendster and includes a mention and link to Church Marketing Sucks:
Attracting young people, as well as staying relevant, are two of the most common reasons churches are trying these sites, said Brad Abare, who posts tips and interviews on the blog Church Marketing Sucks. The tough-love name reflects the blunt discussion he thinks many religious organizations need to have, he said. “We have the greatest story ever told, and nobody’s listening,” he said.