Communications

Technology Spotlight: Budget Friendly Church Communications

Getting our churches message heard and seen is a challenge. Between the time it takes to create and the cost of promoting events it can be daunting. From print, to social media, to email and websites, this ebook will help you get your message shared on time and on budget.

 

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Children’s Check-In

Technology Spotlight: Children’s Check-In

Learn more about how to ensure the safety of the children your church serves with our new 40-page comprehensive ebook by Lauren Hunter and Keri Wyatt Kent together with KidCheck. From volunteer security, to background checks, to allergy protocol, this ebook will help fine-tune your children’s ministry security and safety measures.

 


Instagram

Social Media Quick Guide: Instagram

Instagram is not a revolutionary social network, it is fairly limited in its approach to using and analyzing if what we do is effective. The visual social networking model on which Instagram is based, as a whole, is still greatly maturing into something more.

 

 


 

Twitter

Social Media Quick Guide: Twitter
Twitter’s unique 140-characters and marketing possibilities have made it a great place to network with others. Understanding this social media hotspot and how you can use it in your ministry is important. Download this ebook to get going with Twitter.

 

 

 


 

Facebook

Social Media Quick Guide: Facebook
Everyone’s on Facebook, seemingly so. That doesn’t mean everyone is using Facebook to the best of their ability, especially within the Church. Here are some helpful tips and guidelines for using Facebook within church communication. Download this ebook to improve what you’re already doing on Facebook.