The Austin American Statesman covers church marketing in an article titled “To fill pews, churches marketing faith”. The story includes some great church marketing quotes, though none of them come from us. Here’s what they said about us: Enter a couple of Christian twenty-somethings who felt compelled last year to launch the Web site http://church… Reads more »
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Flip to page 67 of the Sept./Oct. 2005 issue of Relevant magazine to see pop culture columnist Jason Boyett (author of Pocket Guide to the Apocalypse) give a shout out to Church Marketing Sucks: Also worthy of your time is Church Marketing Sucks (www.churchmarketingsucks.com), a weblog maintained by Brad Abare and Kevin D. Hendricks and… Reads more »
The summer 2005 issue of Leadership Journal thinks church marketing sucks: Church Marketing HooversIf your church has a cheesy logo, uses bad clip art, or promotes events with obnoxious flyers, watch out. You may be targeted by the marketing savvy pastors and communicators behind ChurchMarketingSucks.com. Launched in 2004, the weblog affirms that the church has… Reads more »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASECONTACT: Brian Zopf 213-201-1800 x220 Church Marketing Sucks Celebrates One Year Online July 22, 2005 – LOS ANGELES – Church Marketing Sucks, the blog covering church marketing and communications, celebrates their one-year anniversary with a redesign and steadily rising traffic. “The church has all the ingredients for connecting communities with Jesus” says founder… Reads more »
Apparently we can write for the real world, too, not just the virtual one.The May/June 2005 issue of Ministries Today magazine includes a story written by our very own Brad Abare and Kevin D. Hendricks. Turn to page 32 for “Marketing Your Church without Diluting Your Message.” The piece isn’t online so you’ll have to… Reads more »
The ministry e-zine Ministry in Motion covered Church Marketing Sucks in an interview with Kevin Hendricks. The story includes the history of CMS, why we started and some practical tips.
The Christian satire magazine The Wittenburg Door interviewed Brad Abare and yours truly (Kevin Hendricks) about Church Marketing Sucks. The lengthy interview includes some gigantic photos of Brad and I, so be prepared. Highlights of the interview including a discussion of the word ‘sucks’ and the brilliant statement, “I’ve always appreciated the word.” Yeah, that… Reads more »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASECONTACT: Brian Zopf 213-201-1800 x220 Church Marketing Sucks Provides Alternative Address March 1, 2005 – LOS ANGELES – Church Marketing Sucks, the blog covering church marketing and communications, is providing an alternate address, www.churchmarketingstinks.com. “We wanted to offer an alternative for Christian publications that have a policy against printing controversial language,” says founder… Reads more »
PRWeek covers faith-based public relations in an article which includes some good comments from Mark DeMoss, the big PR man in the Christian market as well as our very own Brad Abare and a mention of Church Marketing Sucks.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASECONTACT: Brian Zopf 213-201-1800 x220 ChurchMarketingSucks.com Sparks a Conversation November 29, 2004 – LOS ANGELES – A new web site launched in July hopes to start a conversation about the state of church communications. Church Marketing Sucks is a collection of almost daily tips, links and rants, commonly called a blog. “We love… Reads more »
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