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What the Greatest Minds In Church Communications Know

Brandon Communications

Very little… in a good way. Last night, I sat in a big room at Saddleback where I was surrounded by geniuses in the field (speakers and panelists from Cultivate 2011 as we held three brief conversations about three different themes: How do we keep things simple? How do we keep things social? How do we make things viral? And …

If I Were Implementing a Social Media Strategy For a Ministry, I Would…

Brandon Communications

Today I’m talking to Saddleback Church’s staff in general terms (last week it was all about using ) about how to implement social media within their own ministry areas. I that we’re having this conversation. Rather than expecting a particular team within the church to “handle” communication and media, we’re empowering the masses.

Does Your Church Have a Good Communications Strategy?

Brandon Communications

Communications is what we do. It’s how we spread the gospel, disciple believers, and connect the disconnected in relationships with God and each other. We tell, shout, herald, preach, and evangelize the world. We communicate. Plenty of churches communicate well, at least in one aspect of communications. What we often lack, however, is a comprehensive and cohesive total church communications …

MediaSalt

Our Message Ought to Be Both Timeless and Timely

Brandon Communications

MediaSalt (an excellent resource for church communications) just published an article I wrote called “Giving Your Communications Roots and Wings.” It’s a message about how our very timeless message needs to be timely as well. We live in a very real-time culture, which has produced a very real-time web. Can you keep up and keep your feet on the ground …