Communications Director

Rachel Dawn Hayes · March 20, 2018
Breaking the news to your church, of a renovation or expansion, can be a daunting undertaking. Pastors and professionals share how to communicate the ‘Next Big Thing’ to your church body.

By Phil Bowdle · March 06, 2018
There’s a very real possibility that what we share may be one of the few positive posts they see all day in their feeds. That’s an opportunity for us to share hope, love and encouragement.

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 · November 13, 2017
Having worked in church communications for years, I realize that success for the role of communications is contingent on four traits that must be present in the leader.

Mark MacDonald · July 26, 2017
Ten minute segments “appear” regularly in our days (in between larger projects or right before a break). Here are 10 small tasks that will create momentum as a church communicator or pastor:

Mark MacDonald · July 10, 2017
Based on the discussions I'm having with church communicators, most aren’t fully prepared for the upcoming ministry season.

Mark MacDonald · March 07, 2017
Since we live in a marketing-cluttered world, if you speak someone’s name, they will listen.

January 05, 2017
4 | Leadership | Catalyst 6 | Leadership | Administration 10 | Facilities Management 14 | Design | Acoustics 16 | Cover Story | The Genesis Project and HUB 801 20 | Features | Technology Making An Effective Church Grow 24 | Worship Technology 26 | Pastor’s Guide 28 | Communications 30 | Features | Projection Beyond the Screen 32 | Worship Tech Director Spotlight

Mark MacDonald · December 20, 2016
Church needs to be a great conversation. Every time someone attends a service, reads a tweet, browses your website, or looks at your bulletin.

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