Everyone is selling all of the time, which means that the basics of marketing are important for everyone to know and utilize in their organization. Non-profits market to their donors, members, clients, funders, community, and many other stakeholders. All of these different target audiences can make marketing even more critical. The top concepts that are More Info »
During this webinar, we explore changes in technology and projection, explaining some of the system design issues that need to be considered when installing projection in worship spaces. There have been major changes in audio-visual systems over the past few years; computers now depend upon digital connections, all of which need to be considered in the More Info »
Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Blogging, Twitter...and who knows what other new social media platforms will emerge in the near future? Now add your church website, e- newsletter, and email blasts to that mix of digital tools. Everything is “integrated,” right? Uh, maybe? During this interactive webinar digital strategist and church communications professional Meredith Gould will explain: More Info »
Social media is rapidly changing the way we communicate. It offers exciting new opportunities for the church, as well as challenges to the ways we have done ministry and shared our message in the past. This webinar will offer an introduction to social media, an overview of the the tools available (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, blogs, More Info »
Let's explore how effective churches recruit, encourage, equip, deploy, and (if necessary) fire volunteers. Volunteerism is growing in North America, but churches often experience an acute shortage of volunteers. What are we doing wrong? How can we get it right? Tom Bandy provides insights into the strategies that avoid volunteer burnout and empower volunteers. Presenter: Tom More Info »
Join Kate Rodd as she walks through how to shoot good videos for use in your ministry. Presenter: Kate Rodd
Entitlement, Expectation and Ecstasy Preparing for Advent is like setting the table for breakfast: we know what to expect. Or do we? Issues of entitlement spring fresh in December. Depression slips over the landscape like North Atlantic fog. In the midst of this, the ecstatic expressions of Zechariah, Mary and Elizabeth – not to mention More Info »
Bruce Reyes-Chow brings a unique perspective around faith, politics, race, technology and life in general. During this one hour webinar, he will talk about social media, faith and church, using themes from his book "The Definitive-ish Guide for Using Social Media in the Church" as the foundation for our time together.
Church is more than just Sunday mornings. Church is community, connectivity, and collectiveness. Investing in a good website means opening your doors to your community not just on Sundays, but 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. For many, if you don’t exist on the internet – in a relevant and fresh way – More Info »
A useful and general definition of community development is the planned evolution of all aspects of community well-being (economic, social, environmental and cultural). It is a process whereby community members come together to take collective action and generate solutions to common problems. Christian community development engages in such work from the starting point of assuming More Info »
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