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How to Grow Your Sunday Attendance Using Social Media

Brandon Communications

When I was a kid, my grandparents owned a small, community store in Browning, Kentucky where I grew up. It was the hub of social activity a the end of each workday. Commuters from town would stop for gas and maybe an ice cream cone and would catch up on life with one another before driving on home. That store, …

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Is Social Media Bad for You? Or Are You Just Bad with Social Media?

Brandon Communications

When I wrote Rewired, I argued that there is really nothing new about “social media” except the term itself. Media (truth, information) has been around since the world began, and God made us to be social from the start. It was always his idea that truth and information, especially the good news about God, be spread relationally, from person to person. What …

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Before Your Church Starts Using Social Media…

Brandon Communications

Should churches utilize social media for the mission of carrying the gospel to the ends of the earth? Yes! But after a decade or so of helping churches and leaders utilize blogging and social networking for ministry I’ve come to a solid conclusion that every church leader needs to hear: We don’t need to get our church involved in social …

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Do You Dare Audit Your Church’s Communication Strategy? 33 Questions to Ask

Brandon Communications

Everything your church does is communication, from the condition of the parking lot to the content in your bulletin to the tone of your sermon. Everything you do communicates something about what you really value, regardless of what you say you value. I’m a church communications nut. I read dozens of blogs on design, branding, social media and marketing. I’ve designed …

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The 3 Big Questions of this Social, Digital Age

Brandon Communications

I’ve decided to connect with a lot of people in a lot of different ways. I also read a lot of stuff, mostly on but also in . And I try to write and share great content along the way. The problem is, each of these is never-ending. In other words, there will always be something else to read, someone …