As Easter approaches, churches are preparing for one of the busiest days on the Christian calendar. Easter is an excellent opportunity to invite new visitors and welcome new faces, but what happens next? Adopt an intentional strategy to engage with new visitors beyond Easter Sunday. Otherwise, you’ll miss a meaningful opportunity to connect with those who visit your church.
In the constantly evolving landscape of digital communication, churches are faced with the challenge of staying relevant and connecting with their communities. Traditional methods of outreach may not be as effective in a world where people are spending an increasing amount of time on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram.
In the steadily evolving landscape of church communications, mastering media production is crucial for impactful storytelling and engagement. In a recent episode of the Missional Marketing Podcast, cohost Jason Hamrock interviewed Carl Barnhill, the founder of Church Visuals. This company serves churches by creating digital media, offering a valuable solution for churches of all sizes.
In the realm of church communications, the key to success lies in finding a delicate balance between casual conversations and more formal communication channels. There are many crucial aspects to structuring your church communications around your mission and vision.
Drawing insights from the 138th episode of the Missional Marketing podcast, we’ll provide actionable steps for church communications directors to enhance their strategies based on the wisdom from this conversation with Alex Bryjak,
If your church is currently in a crisis or anticipating an upcoming crisis, it’s easy to go into panic mode. However, panic and fear only tend to make a crisis worse. Especially for church communications professionals, it’s vital to be prepared with a plan so you can feel calm and collected—even in challenging circumstances.
Easter can be one of the most stressful times of the year for pastors, ministry leaders, and church staff. For church communications teams, the challenge of keeping all the plates spinning can turn a joyful season into one you just hope to survive. At Missional Marketing, we specialize in simplifying and optimizing the stressful tasks of church communications and digital marketing that so many churches juggle to keep things running smoothly.
In this digital age, it’s difficult to know how to utilize the internet most effectively. The options are endless—-sometimes it can feel overwhelming to even know where to start. That’s why we interviewed seasoned communicator Caleb Simpson on our recent episode of the Missional Marketing podcast. Caleb is the founder of Black Bar,
As football season kicks off, many churches face the challenge of attracting newcomers to their services, especially when Sundays compete with highly anticipated sports events like NFL games. The reality is that individuals who are unchurched or pre-Christian are unlikely to choose church over their favorite teams. So, the key question we explored in a recent podcast episode is: how can churches create alternative opportunities to engage with potential newcomers and open doors to their community beyond Sunday services?
Christmas can understandably be one of the most stressful times of year for pastors, ministry leaders, and church staff. For church communications teams, the challenge of keeping all the plates spinning can turn a joyful season into one you just hope to survive. At Missional Marketing, we specialize in simplifying and optimizing the stressful tasks of church communications and digital marketing,
In the local church, the importance of cultivating a vibrant and purpose-driven culture cannot be overstated. While theological tenets and spiritual teachings form the foundation, church culture is what shapes the living, breathing heart of the congregation. In a candid conversation between Jenni Catron, Bart Blair, and Jason Hamrock on a recent episode of the Missional Marketing podcast,
In today’s rapidly evolving world, the role of a church communications team is more critical than ever. The art of engaging and connecting with a diverse congregation while maintaining a unified message across multiple platforms and ministries presents a unique challenge. On Missional Marketing’s recent podcast episode, CEO Jason Hamrock interviewed Amy Whitfield,
In the realm of church marketing, adapting to the ever-evolving digital landscape is more critical than ever. To guide churches on this journey, we turn to a recent Missional Marketing podcast episode hosted by Bart Blair, which answers your most “burning questions” about church marketing Featuring insights from Jason Hamrock, CEO of Missional Marketing,