The online world is filled with visuals, whether those visuals are image or video, we cannot scroll through social media without seeing more image than text. You don’t have to have a degree in graphic design to create amazing images for your church or organization. Here are 7 sites that can help you create scroll stopping images.
With 2017 just beginning there are multiple opportunities to check out some amazing conferences and workshops. Here are 10 conferences to check out in 2017 that will benefit you, your church staff and communication efforts.
Blogs. I cannot scroll through social media without seeing a blog post from someone. It would seem that blogging is one of THE things to do lately. So with all the blogs out there I thought I would share some of the best ones that I follow, as well as some of the best for church communicators.
As much as I love writing blogs, I like reading them more. I like reading them because I love to learn new things, new approaches, and new ways to communicate the message of Jesus to the culture around me.
So without further ado here is my list of the Top 10 Blogs to Follow in 2017:
2016 has come and is almost gone. It has been quite the year. We have seen some crazy things happen in 2016 from the wild US Election and the Cubs winning the World Series, to the many changes in technology and modes of communication, 2016 was a memorable year. To look at everything that happened would take more time than you have to read this. So since this is a digital communications site, let’s look at a few of the highlights that 2016 brought to the digital world.
[This is part of a series of posts we are doing as personal blog posts to feed your souls. Check out the rest of them here.]
This one of my favorite seasons of the year. I love everything about this time of year. The hustle and bustle. The decorations and the pageantry. The music and the sacredness of the season. I love it.
But I know that not everyone is like me.
The reality is that the holidays sometimes cause more pain and more heartache than they do times of Joy. If this is you know that even in the midst of sorrow you can still find something to be joyful about.
Here are a few thoughts on keeping your Christmas Season filled with Joy.
Each week is filled with new opportunities to share your church with those online. Anymore people get a glimpse of your church through your online presence e.g. website and social media. Think of social media like the window of your church. Does your church provide a good example of who you are and what you do? Authenticity online and offline is so crucial anymore. Both Google and Facebook are facing some backlash over “Fake News.” Anyone can publish something online that has the appearance of being from a reputable news source, but is completely false. Because of this people tend to have their guard up at times when it comes to what is real and what is not.