The Seminary of Hard Knocks
We will help you keep up with current communication trends and tools while having a good laugh along the way. It’s the perfect mixture of fun and functional church communications!
Hosted by Seth Muse and Meagan Ranson, this podcast is for church communication professionals and church leaders who want to make connecting people with Jesus as easy as possible.
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Church Communications Articles
On October 4, 2021, Facebook, the largest social network in the world went offline for the bulk of the day. So, church communicators and pastors, what lesson did we learn?
Bad communication requests are the reason for many problems for communication teams. Bad info in equals bad info out. Let’s talk about the four elements of a good request.
Social can be an amazing tool for connecting with people or it can be the root cause of most of the world’s problems. But it’s good at some things too.
Every good team needs good chemistry. It’s an intangible that can only be built when teammates do these things.
Of course, I know YOU haven’t ever been a bad teammate, but you’ve probably worked with one. Seen one on TV? Many of us wonder what it takes to be a good teammate, but we know a bad one when we see it. Unfortunately, we never see it when it might be us. This blog tells you four areas to work on so you can be a great teammate!
It’s hard to avoid posting announcements on social media. But if you have to do it (and most of us do), then what’s the best way to do it? This week’s blog will give you the recipe for some awesome Social Media Announcement Fajitas!
When you plan social media, can you create a month’s worth of social media in less than 20 minutes? We can. Here’s how.
There are four big issues facing church communicators today. They are big-picture problems that affect all the little pictures. Get these under control for 2021!
The trolls we’re seeing now are unlike the typical internet troll. They are armored, extra mean, and more difficult to deal with than ever. Here’s how to handle them.