“That’s how we’ve always done it,” reigns in many churches. And they’re slowly dying because of it. It’s time for churches to quit.
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Easter is the biggest Sunday of the year. More than baskets and bunnies, Easter offers a glimpse of glory. That’s why churches celebrate big—so we’re offering a new book.
For many communicators, planning Christmas services often starts too late and never seems to end. We’re launching a new book to help churches plan Christmas.
Walking into a church for the first time can be scary. The Center for Church Communication announces the launch of a new book to help churches welcome visitors.
Our flagship blog, Church Marketing Sucks, celebrates its 10-year anniversary this month. We’ve got a month-long celebration that starts now.
The podcast covers the upcoming 10-year anniversary of Church Marketing Sucks, the Getting Started in Church Communication ebook series and the upcoming Certification Lab.
We’re pleased to announce that Chuck Scoggins will be serving as our new executive director. “Chuck is an incredible laborer for the Lord,” says David Uribe, board president.
43% of church communicators have four years of experience or less. A new series of ebooks is ready to help.
Get updates on all the work we accomplished in 2013 helping churches communicate better, including two new ebooks, the Certification Lab, a survey and more.
While church communicators struggle with the tools of the 21st century, there’s comfort in knowing they’re not alone. There are heroes who have walked this path before.
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