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    Creating A Buzz: Giving the People of Your Community Something to Talk About

    Buzzzzzzz. It can happen on any given day. Buzzzzzzz. It may be at the grocery store, soccer practice, or at the local elementary school. Someone asks where I attend church and I tell them. Buzzzzzz. Almost every time I smile as I listen to them. They know about our church,

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    Public Relations and Media Writing for Churches

    When it comes to good church public relations, no slick, fast-talking spin-doctors or expensive consultants are required. Public relations is simply that—relating to the public so as to create a favorable impression. PR is one of the most accessible promotional tools available to your church, and creating an effective campaign

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    Women and Technology: Can We Talk?

    Never has it been easier to start a conversation with others, whether across the street or around the world.  In this workshop, we’ll look at the entire social media landscape, help you get started or grow in your use of tools like Facebook and Twitter, and learn how to integrate

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    10 PR Mistakes Your Church Could Be Making

    When it comes to good church public relations, no slick, fast-talking spin-doctors or expensive consultants are required. Public relations is simply that—relating to the public so as to create a favorable impression. PR is one of the most accessible promotional tools available to your church, and creating an effective campaign

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    Foundations for Developing A Communications Strategy

    Communications is what we do. It’s how we spread the gospel, disciple believers, and connect the disconnected in relationships with God and each other. We tell, shout, herald, preach, and evangelize the world. We communicate. Plenty of churches communicate well, at least in one aspect of communications. What we often

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    Volunteers That Stick

    Too often, recruitment is left to the church staff. Relational recruiting, however, involves giving the vision to your volunteers, so they can take ownership of the recruiting process and build key relationships in three volunteer-producing areas. DOWNLOADS Lesson Outline – Click here to download. Lesson Handout – Click here to