Communication

Deborah Ike · July 18, 2017
If you’re planning an outdoor event, here are a few things you should consider to make it a successful and safe experience for everyone involved.

Gary Zandstra · April 13, 2017
Along the way it has become an idea, that if the big, cool churches are doing something, then everybody feels like they need to copy them and do the same thing.

Mark MacDonald · April 13, 2017
What exactly is old-school instruction and why is it so vital for those entering the ranks of new leadership?

By Greg Stovell · March 28, 2017
On the planning desk at First Presbyterian in West Chester, Pennsylvania, there is one single Sunday worship theme, which is surrounded by many Post-It Notes, including a collection of 20 possible praise songs.

Phil Cooke · March 14, 2017
One church shares it's values that helped them developed a remarkable team of volunteers

Mark MacDonald · March 09, 2017
Reading books and studying other’s work allows us to learn, but the tension occurs on how you use what you've learned.

Mark MacDonald · February 20, 2017
If you become known for what you do really well, then people will pay attention to you. Here are 3 ways to determine what that strength is.

By Phil Cooke · January 19, 2017
There’s plenty of books, websites, and leadership resources that talk about the importance of encouragement. As Goethe said in 1768, “Instruction does much, but encouragement everything.”

By Gary Zandstra · January 17, 2017
I have been in sound checks and rehearsals where the tension in the air was so tight that it was palpable.

By Kathryn Binkley · December 09, 2016
As church communicators, we must look to refine our information and limit the number of announcements.