It’s tradition to make new plans and set new goals at the start of a new year. From home to work to church, pastors and church leaders are asking themselves: “What do I want to do to make this year better than last year?
We all know that volunteers are the lifeblood of any church. If churches had to pay each of their children’s ministry teachers, small group leaders, women’s and men’s ministry leaders, and vacation Bible school teachers, they’d be up a creek, fast.
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Call it a slump, being overworked, overtired, always exhausted, or perhaps feeling brain-dead or “in a funk,” getting out of a slump can be a very, very hard thing to do. I know from personal experience.
While many churches have a person on staff in place to oversee church communication, having a trained graphic designer in-house to create custom church graphics remains rare. Church’s graphics needs have continued to increase as modern church communication requires more overall professionalism.