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6 Ways to Use Social Media to Encourage Discipleship In Your Church

According to a recent Pew Study, 69% of internet users utilize social media on a regular basis.  The same reported showed that 92% of internet users aged 18-29 used social media regularly. The age of living our private lives in the public sphere is upon us. How are you leveraging social media...
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Is Direct Mail a part of your church communication strategy?

The number of potential ways that church leaders can communicate with their people can be staggering at times. Email blasts, text messaging, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, your own website, billboards, flyers, postcards, smoke signals ... pony express ... list this goes on and on! In the midst of all those channels I'm still...
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How to do live polling in church.

Last month we hosted a series of messages at Liquid where we featured "live polling" as a core part of the message.  The "big idea" of the series was to use national interest in the upcoming election as a jump off point to talk about the Kingdom of God.  Tim...
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Facebook Best Practices for Churches

How does your church leverage Facebook? Are you creating compelling social content that is drawing in your community and propelling your mission forward? Facebook represents a massive missional opportunity for your church ... did you know that: 1.5 million local businesses use Facebook to reach their customers? people spend 1...
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Who wants some free church communications coaching?

Does your bulletin look like the classifieds of a local newspaper? Is the announcement time during your service long and boring? Are you responsible for communications at your church but you feel more like a traffic cop than a communications expert? Today I'm pleased to announce the first in an series of coaching...
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