What Makes for a Great Church Creative/Communications Director?
By Len Wilson · May 15, 2018 • A great church creative director is equal parts brand ambassador, storyteller, metaphor maker, creative coach, and strategist.
Church Communications: Taking Inventory
By Michael Edgar Myers · May 14, 2018 • As church communicators, we have but one purpose: to share the gospel — the good news of Jesus Christ, so that God is glorified and His people edified.
Respect Through Communication: Show Love To Community In This Simple Way
By Mikayla Kayne · May 4, 2018 • By neglecting to communicate, a church can cause a dire mess for paid staff or volunteers, and can literally put people in harm’s way unintentionally as a result.
Why is Social Media in Ministry So Important?
By Len Wilson · January 10, 2018 • The social media model of communication is receiver-focused. It’s about understanding problems and helping solve them. The medium, at its best, has shifted us from hype to help.
Solomon Awards 2017 Winners Announced in Dallas
By Andres Caamano · October 11, 2017 • A wide ranging group of 35 projects were awarded Solomon Awards for 2017 at the WFX Conference & Expo in Dallas, ranging from AVL design projects to building design projects.
Church Communications: Effective Messaging With A Plan
By Jennifer Johnson · September 27, 2017 • Great communication practices don't just happen – they take work, diligence and time. Once you have a plan in place and begin to implement it, to which you then consistently stick to that plan, your communication will improve and become easier to manage.
Communicating the Gospel: Philip and the Ethiopian Go To Church
By Michael Edgar Myers · August 17, 2017 • Whatever the environment – big or small; urban, suburban; multi-cultural – in addition to solid gospel preaching, the order of service in each of these must encompass four basic elements.
Church Communications: How Big is Your God?
By Ralph Hicks · July 27, 2017 • With all of the social media tools that exist these days, those of us working in churches are able to meet people in their element: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
The State of Church Communications: Report
By TD Staff · April 5, 2017 • For churches that are either looking into creating a comprehensive communications strategy, or planning for an overhaul of that strategy, this report will offer valuable insight.
Church Communications: Not Everything Is Important, Use Tiers
By Brent Mann · February 28, 2017 • Churches often find themselves announcing all events in the same way, from special happenings involving the whole church or community, down to the small meetings run by a select few.
Easter Production: Plan and Communicate Well
By Steven Hall · February 13, 2017 • Look to communicate early and often, so that it is a team effort and everyone is responsible for communicating, if something is unclear.
Church Communications: In Need of Help, Don’t Plan to Coerce, Coax or Trap
By Luke Ward · February 13, 2017 • You can get through to more people and with stronger, more thorough engagement by encouraging your members, audience or user base to share, more than you ever could by paying for clicks.
Create a Communication Strategy for Your Church
By Jennifer Johnson · February 9, 2017 • Having a plan as to how your communications are handled will not only help you, but it also helps those who you count on, to help you within your role.
WFX15: Figuring Out Your Brand and Communicating It
By TD Staff · June 16, 2016 • Session speaker Marketing Director Kathryn Binkley for St. Peter's Church and World Outreach Center discusses how to make your church's brand more "contagious."
WFX15: Strategies for Effective Church Communication
By TD Staff · June 2, 2016 • Session speaker Director of Communications Jennifer Johnson for Sewickley Presbyterian Church discusses how a church's message is dispensed to the people.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, March-April 2018
The March-April 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about how to prepare, prevent and respond to church violence, a look into what church management software can do for your church community, and a piece on how a once popular nightclub venue was transitioned to become Shoreline Church's new home.