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Created on Thursday, 06 November 2014 / Communication
Tags: Dan Reiland, 12Stone Church, communicator, public communication, message, Kevin Myers, John Maxwell, connection, content, audience, confidence, preparation
All leaders communicate. Not all leaders communicate well. Communication is a broader topic than just your Sunday morning or weekend messages. Much of a leader's most important communication takes place ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 / Preaching
Tags: Joe McKeever, audience, Billy Joel, reaction, sermon, feedback, heart, message, amen, response, frowners, naysayers, seminary, church, ministry
Billy Joel gets it. This veteran entertainer does something I find fascinating. According to The New Yorker of Oct. 27, Joel "grew tired of having to look out at the fat cats in the two front rows, the ... [ +++ ]
Created on Monday, 13 October 2014 / Communication
Tags: Brad Lomenick, seasoned leader, author, professor, CEO, pastor, politician, communication, speech, simplicity, stories, validation, action, audience, hooks, repetitions, personal connection, eye ...
Whether you are a seasoned leader, college student, author, professor, CEO, politician or pastor, we all have to learn to communicate well. Whether we are speaking to thousands, speaking to our staff, ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 03 October 2014 / Media
Tags: Phil Cooke, media, platform, audience, reach, strategy, vision, local TV, billboards, social media, church youth director, radio, newspaper advertising, multi-cultural, faith
Too many people use media randomly, with no real strategic vision. Perhaps a friend recommended local TV, or a board member suggested billboards, or a church youth director likes social media. All these ... [ +++ ]
Created on Monday, 01 September 2014 / Technology
Tags: Pastor, Phil Cooke, tablet, iPad, Android, speaking notes, technology, podiums, pulpits, classrooms, speakers, eye contact, audience, inept, practice, rotation, font size
I love technology and I applaud speakers, preachers, teachers and others who use an iPad or other tablet for your speaking notes. But as much I want people to know you're savvy with technology, here's ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 11 July 2014 / Social Media
Tags: Justin Lathrop, blog, social media, pastor, ministry, ideas, notebook, genius, writing time, schedule, consistency, build audience, end goal, community, purpose, perspective, daunting, tool, res
Like it or not, times have changed. Blogging has now become a part of our everyday lives and engaging in the online world should be a priority as a pastor. While blogging is not technically mandatory, ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 10 July 2014 / Social Media
Tags: Perry Noble, social media, Internet, broadcast, news, Facebook, Twitter, conversation, church online, content, sharing, questions, audience, platform, customer service, empower, staff, volunteer
Information is advancing daily on a global stage through the connectivity of the Internet. Email, blogs and social platforms contribute to the viral spread of content in real-time to shape culture, capture ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 30 April 2014 / Church Growth
Tags: Pastors, Charles Arn, growth, new, units, principle, application, people, saturation, template, unchurched, target audience, needs
Here’s a growth axiom you can take to the bank. Whether you are pastoring a (large, medium or small) church, leading a youth group, overseeing a music ministry or are involved with any other aspect of ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 04 April 2014 / Preaching
Tags: Jared Moore, pastors, repetition, sermon points, text, animated, boredom, audience, funny, opinion, hobbyhorse, Greek, Hebrew, impress, Word of God, teaching, neglect, joke, flesh
If you want to help your hearers focus on God and think on God when they leave your sermon, here are 10 things that you cannot do: 10. Abuse repetition. There is repetition for emphasis, and then ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 27 February 2014 / Media
Tags: Phil Cooke, churches, multi-camera director, television, broadcast, media, IMAG screens, ministries, experience, camera angles, camera operators, decisions, captured, audience shots
There are many churches today that are shooting their worship services, concerts and other events with multiple cameras. Whether you have a broadcast media ministry or not, it’s not unusual to use multiple ... [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 07 January 2014 / Communication
Tags: Thom Schultz, audience, talk, church, service, Why Nobody Wants to Go to Church Anymore, fearless conversation, acts of love, communication, paralysis of fear, fearless topics, racism, homosexuality, ...
You’re not allowed to talk about that at church. In fact, you’re not allowed to talk at all during the typical American church service. And that’s a problem for the majority of the population that does ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 27 November 2013 / Preaching
Tags: Brandon Hilgemann, pastors.com, return invitation, preaching, guest, senior pastor, time limit, arrive early, stay late, audience, topic, series, transitions, compliment, preparation, feedback
Have you been invited to be a guest preacher? I have had the opportunity to do a bit of guest preaching lately. I have also dealt with my fair share of good and bad guest preachers. Here are some tips ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 15 November 2013 / Social Media
Tags: Phil Cooke, social media, online service, live feed, Greenville, South Carolina, video, importance, live event, IChurch, congregation, audience
I received an interesting note from Joe Hayes, head of the TV and video ministry at Redemption World Outreach Center in Greenville, S.C. At Redemption, the Sunday online worship service is succeeding way ... [ +++ ]
Created on Monday, 19 August 2013 / Vision
Tags: Kim Martinez, marketing, pastors, event, sermon series, target audience, kids, men
There is a counterintuitive marketing concept that we, as pastors, should spend some time contemplating: “If you try to reach everyone, you’ll reach no one.” When you are promoting an event or sermon ... [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 28 May 2013 / Community
Tags: Tony Morgan, community, persona, target visitor, needs, generational marketing, audience, Baby boomers, Generation X, Generation Y
If you ask most churches, they are genuinely seeking how to reach their community. Identifying your target visitor through building a community persona is the first step. Next, you need to figure out how ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 09 May 2013 / Community
Tags: Communication, proven, church, Christ, sermon, marketing, target audience, experience, volunteers, new mom, conversation, Facebook, website, social media
Everything communicates. What people experience in your church has the power to propel them toward Christ or push them away. What we do matters, and doing it well is essential. From your website to the ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 24 April 2013 / Youth
Tags: Communication, strategy, Chris Wesley, youth, ministry, schedule, mediums, feedback, audience
Our ministry once hosted a “Battle of the Bands” fundraiser that required a lot of work. Our team had to audition bands, price out food, order speakers and recruit volunteers. We put so much work into ... [ +++ ]

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