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The Social Christian: A Theological Exploration of Social Media

The Social Christian: A Theological Exploration of Social Media

Social media is a community that needs Jesus. Christians have a responsibility to represent Christ through their status updates, photos, and interactions. Phil Schneider encourages honest and authentic engagement by Christians to the world around them, in person and online.

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2017 CFCC Annual Report
February 15, 2018

2017 CFCC Annual Report

Everything we do through the Center for Church Communication is about seeing more and more people saying, “That’s what church should be!”

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25 Easter Ideas
February 14, 2018

25 Easter Ideas

We've got a collection of 25 Easter ideas to help you prepare for the biggest Sunday of the year, whether you need inspiration or want to cover your bases

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We All Make Mistakes: Typical Typo
February 12, 2018

We All Make Mistakes: Typical Typo

It's hardly a typical typo when it's in your mission statement and printed in thousands of annual reports. Oops. But we all make mistakes.

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We All Make Mistakes: Porn Star Poll
February 7, 2018

We All Make Mistakes: Porn Star Poll

A simple Facebook poll about chili gets a little awkward when the oh-so-wrong GIF is selected. But hey, we all make mistakes. Let's learn from them.

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Pep Talk Live: Encouragement for Church Communicators
February 5, 2018

Pep Talk Live: Encouragement for Church Communicators

Check out our Facebook Live event featuring Kelley Hartnett talking about her new book, You've Got This: A Pep Talk for Church Communicators.

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Hyperlocal Outreach & Evangelism
February 5, 2018

Hyperlocal Outreach & Evangelism

We're going local this month on Courageous Storytellers, offering resources to help your church reach out. It's time for hyperlocal outreach.

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31 Storyteller Resources
January 31, 2018

31 Storyteller Resources

Storytelling is the buzzword these days, but how do you do it? We've got a list of the best storyteller resources, from free TED Talks to paid training.

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We All Make Mistakes Contest
January 29, 2018

We All Make Mistakes Contest

Let's celebrate what we've learned from our church communication failures. Enter our 'We All Make Mistakes' contest and win a copy of You've Got This.

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We All Make Mistakes: The Mailer Mishap
January 29, 2018

We All Make Mistakes: The Mailer Mishap

Kelley describes an epic direct mail mistake she made. But you know what? It's OK. She told her pastor and moved on. Our mistakes do not define us.

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Share the Love: Valentine’s Day Social Media Graphics
January 25, 2018

Share the Love: Valentine’s Day Social Media Graphics

Download our free collection of Valentine's Day social media graphics for your church, based on 1 Corinthians 13:4-8, and talk about true love.

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New Book: You’ve Got This by Kelley Hartnett
January 24, 2018

New Book: You’ve Got This by Kelley Hartnett

Church communication is hard. We get it. But you know what? You've got this. Here's a pep talk for church communicators that's part hug and part first-bump.

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5 Lies to Overcome When Recruiting Tech Volunteers for Your Church
January 22, 2018

5 Lies to Overcome When Recruiting Tech Volunteers for Your Church

As leaders, we should help people transcend their fears about volunteering. We can do that in two ways. First, we exemplify love and grace. Second, we address the lies that ...

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Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday: 15 Ways to Get Them Together
January 17, 2018

Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday: 15 Ways to Get Them Together

Valentine's Day and Ash Wednesday land on the same day for the first time since 1945. It's an opportunity for your church to bring these two ideas together.

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Nate Lu: Creatives and Churches Have More in Common Than Not
January 16, 2018

Nate Lu: Creatives and Churches Have More in Common Than Not

We asked new board member Nate Lu, "What's the single greatest thing you think churches can do to communicate better?" He said, "Try."

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