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4 tricks to conquering church social media

Social media is here to stay. In fact, 45 percent of users feel "worried or uncomfortable" when email or Facebook aren't accessible. We like scrolling through our feeds, with many of us getting our news from it. With Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Snapchat capturing...

source: By Mark MacDonald
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A fierce leader does not blame others. A fierce leader asks, listens and describes what has happened – without laying blame (that's the hard part). There are leaders who would throw the first person they could under the bus when something went awry. Do you work...

source: Fierce Inc.

More than a mere tool for scheduling the hours of the day, effective time management is an essential skill for leadership, says retired Army Lt. Gen. James Dubik. Without it, leaders are rudderless, captive to the urgencies of the moment, always reacting to the most recent...

source: Faith & Leadership

Christ in the City, a Denver-based urban ministry, has a tip sheet for how to engage homeless persons in the street, including learning the person's name and using it, and providing soft food rather than granola bars or apples because often the homeless have teeth problems.

source: Crux

Queen of the Apostles will hold its Blessing of the Animals ceremony on Oct. 2, in the front yard of the church. This is the sixth year the church has offered this blessing, a tradition that originated in the 13th century in remembrance of St. Francis who believed all...

source: Gaston Gazette

Always point people to your church's website. Always. When someone calls your church's voicemail (and they will), they want to hear service times and directions first, then they should be pointed to your church website. You can list the departments and team members' extensions...

source: Church Leaders

Imagine a world where everyone on your church's marketing team clearly communicates: Requests come early, events go smoothly and no one ever argues. It seems like a far cry from reality, especially if your team spans multiple generations, but it might not be as unattainable...

source: Center for Church Communication


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