We recently created a closed Facebook Group for church communicators who follow Church Juice. Why would we take the time to create a group, invest in this small community, and promote it? Here are four reasons.
Updating your church’s website with real images of real people can have a great impact on your website, branding, and online presence overall. Using customized images allows your church to have a more authentic appearance when guests come to your website or other online outlets.
Officing in cities holds unique opportunities to the church planter/evangelist. The startup community and birth of co-work spaces provide a great place to connect with the future businessman of your area.
It’s one of the most universal issues that church communicators face. I see the same dilemma arise in every church I visit—how do we prioritize what gets communicated, using which methods? Here’s a three-tiered approach to help you organize your communications.
Many pastors spend the majority of their work week in their church building and struggle to find ways to engage their community day to day. What if we killed two birds with one stone? What if we were able to knock out office work while at the same time engaging in passive evangelism?
Whether we realize it or not, the photos we use on our church website communicate a message to potential visitors. The images we end up using on our website needs to authentically express the life of our church.