|Date:||July 22, 2015|
|Topic:||Developing A Communication Strategy|
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One of the things I do as a communications coach is to help church staff figure out how to make the most of the hour every Sunday when they have a captive audience. How do we communicate the most important information AND create a meaningful worship and teaching experience in 60 minutes?
There are a lot of elements to cram in there. In no particular order we have preaching/teaching, worship/music, offering, announcements, bumpers/videos, baptism, prayer, meet/greet, and a hundred other possible options on any given Sunday. Not only do we have to fit them in but in what order should they go? It wouldn’t necessarily be so hard to figure this out except for one little nagging phrase – ‘worship flow’. Well let me make your next worship planning meeting a whole lot easier – ‘worship flow’ is a myth.
Over the last decade+ I have worked with literally hundreds of churches across the US in almost every single state and there is one thing every single one of them has in common – they are wasting thousands and thousands of dollars every single year.
Wastefulness is not reserved for the large or wealthy churches. It is happening everywhere, across all denominations, styles and sizes.
Honored to be interviewed for the Pro Church Podcast. We focused on the power of Video Announcements.
|Date:||April 28, 2015|
|Event:||Pro Church Podcast|
When it comes to social media it seems there is an endless list of decisions we as church leaders could or should make. But the social media question I get asked more than any other is this: Should I as the pastor (or any staff member) have separate accounts from the church?
Truthfully there is no right or wrong answer here. But if you’re asking me, my answer is YES! Let me tell you why.