Communications

By Gary Zandstra · February 20, 2018
What does your church smell like? Is it a pleasing aroma? Research shows that a visitor will be able to recall the scent from your service far longer than the look of the building.

Mark MacDonald · February 20, 2018
To get started on an successful design, you must ask these 5 questions to ensure it will communicate effectively.

Mark MacDonald · February 16, 2018
Surprisingly, the Church should actually be the leader in any social format that connects with a potential audience! But still the Church struggles with social media.

Mark MacDonald · February 13, 2018
Since most people go to your church's website, and this page, before visiting your church, these tips will help your ministry look authentic and approachable.

Mark MacDonald · February 02, 2018
A major problem with church communication is that its often delivered in a busy, non-organized, and complicated way. Apply these 5 design principals to avoid never being heard, read, or understood.

By Joshua Hammerman · February 02, 2018
As we near Super Bowl Sunday the nation's attention turns to Minneapolis. This year’s Super Bowl pits the New England Patriots (again) against the Philadelphia Eagles. Do you agree with this author's lighthearted, biblically based prediction?

By Phil Bowdle · January 31, 2018
Video announcements, when used effectively, can be one of the best tools in your toolbox to communicate with your church.

WFM Staff · January 25, 2018
Now is your opportunity to submit a session proposal for WFX REACH on May 22-23, and WFX Conference & Expo, November 14-15, in Orlando, Florida.

Alison Istnick · January 18, 2018
EZ TV's low-latency, broadcast-quality IPTV distribution, and powerful digital signage gives audiences more engaging and interactive experiences.

Mark MacDonald · January 16, 2018
Here are changes every church should implement in order to gain relevance in this new Facebook (social media) world.