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Technology should not transform ministry, but rather do the things that people don’t have to do so they can do what they do best.

How to Automate Your Church Social Media

By Seth Hinz | Jul 11, 2017 2:00:00 PM

This post is an excerpt from Seth Hinz's ebook Social Media Automation.


Social media automation tools will help you scale your social media marketing efforts. You’ll discover how to schedule out and recycle content indefinitely, find and engage in conversations you’ve been missing, expand your follower base, and reduce the time you spend on repetitive tasks. All of this will turn you into a lean and mean marketing machine. One stop short of full-on robot.

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Get Noticed in a Clickbait World: You Won’t Believe Number 4!

By Rev. Daniel Ross | Apr 18, 2017 10:30:00 AM

Only here will you get the truth and the full story!

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Setting Your Social Media Response Strategy

By Kimberly Myers | Apr 13, 2017 9:30:00 AM

 

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Social Media Roundup - Posts Churches Can Try

By Seth Hinz | Mar 28, 2017 9:02:04 AM

If you oversee scheduling social media posts for your church, you may sometimes feel like you’re staring at a blank canvas each week. Either that or the canvas has so much paint on it you don’t know what you’re looking at anymore. If this is you and you’re looking for a refresh, here are some ideas for your social media calendar. 

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Why You Must Question the Cultural Orthodoxy

By Rev. Bill Johnson | Feb 28, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Within any culture there’s a certain orthodox set of ideas that aren’t allowed to be challenged or compromised except at great peril.  Some of those are held in common across most, if not all, cultures, such as the idea that killing without justification is wrong.  Others of them are unique to a particular culture, place and time.  In ancient Rome, for example, one of the guiding principles was that of polytheism.  It was perfectly acceptable for someone to worship whatever god they chose to follow, as long as they didn’t make any claims to be the only god.  Obviously Judaism and early Christianity ran afoul of this principle, and as a result they found themselves on the margins of Roman society pretty quickly. 

In the western world today, we also have a set of guiding principles. 

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4 Easy Ways to Use Video on Facebook

By Andrew Osborne | Feb 16, 2017 9:00:00 AM

There are so many option when it comes to the world of content creation. For church workers, trying to figure out where to even start can be a daunting task. Maybe some church workers just feel like they don't have that much time to invest in making a long video documentary or designing a massive infographic. Creating content, however, doesn't need to be that scary of a process.

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6 Lent Social Media Campaign Ideas for Churches

By Rev. Daniel Ross | Feb 6, 2017 9:00:00 AM


In less than a month it will be Ash Wednesday. The first thing I want to say is to my fellow church workers: breathe, it is going to be ok.

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5 Ideas and a Tip for Facebook Live

By Rev. Bill Johnson | Jan 31, 2017 9:00:00 AM


By now, you’ve probably heard about the fuss surrounding Facebook Live.  If not, Andrew’s got an article from last month that’s a great place to start.  But once you’ve started playing with it, how can you use FB Live to connect your members, your leadership and your surrounding community?  Here’s a few thoughts:

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Interview with a Church Communication Professional - Rebecca Thomas (Part 2)

By Seth Hinz | Jan 30, 2017 9:00:00 AM

 

Part two of a two part series on Church Communication Professionals.

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Interview with a Church Communication Professional - Rebecca Thomas (Part 1)

By Seth Hinz | Jan 26, 2017 9:00:00 AM

 

Part one of a two part series on Church Communication Professionals.

In the world of church communications, it is important for us to learn from each other and share what works and what doesn't. With that in mind, I wanted to interview Rebecca Thomas, an amazing church communicator who serves as the director of communication for Trinity Lutheran Church in Clinton Township, Michigan, and give us all a chance to learn from her ministry.

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