Archive for August, 2009
Thanks to Michael Hyatt for posting this on his blog.
Sometimes the things we have always done seem like the only way they should be done. That is until we see them done from a different perspective. Take a look at this video…what is your church doing that needs to be looked at from a different perspective? Hat-tip to Peter Eastwood for sending me this [...]
One of the most precious resources your church has is its volunteers. People who love God, believe in the mission and vision of your local church, and are willing to give gifts, talents, and time to fulfill that mission. They are priceless. You need them to serve God with excellence. You need to appreciate them. [...]
To continue the thoughts from yesterday in my post Church Marketing: Excellence or Perfection, I thought this would be a natural extension. If excellence is not perfection, what does it look like? Three Suggestions for What Excellence Looks Like Team Work. Your church is a community of people with a variety and depth of gifts [...]
One of my “themes” is that we in the church should strive to market ourselves with excellence. I beat this drum because more and more I feel that excellence is counter cultural. I often say, “represent Jesus with excellence”. I am discovering though that when I say that, many people equate “excellence” with “perfection”. Excellence [...]
With social media, the real “community” begins to happen when people engage or interact with the content that is produced. This is the main point behind Huntley’s Part 2 of Using Social Media for Good – the video is embedded below. I think this is critical and all too often, people who get involved in [...]
I discovered that 100 Huntley Street (a Canadian media ministry) has created two segments that they now share on YouTube to instruct Christians how they can utilize social media. The first segment is called Using Social Media For Good and is a simple but well-done introduction to using social media to connect people and ministries. [...]