The Seminary of Hard Knocks
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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
Want to know how to mine your pastor’s sermon for fresh social media posts every week? I’ll give you some things to look for in the service that make it easy.
Ready for a new pandemic inside the pandemic? It’s called Doomscrolling and it’s seriously contributing negativity to our mental health. This blog explores what it is and how you can take a few easy steps to combat it and be much happier!
Don’t mail it in on the caption! It’s a huge part of motivation and context for your social media post. Here are a few tips for writing great captions on social.
A church website is so important right now. These are 5 must-haves for a church website right now that can make a difference when it comes to helping visitors connect.
Right now, it kinda sucks to be a pastor. For nearly 18 years, I was in pastoral ministry. The job is emotionally and mentally demanding even without a global pandemic and a massive civil rights movement happening.
Recognizing bias in online news media today requires a lot of patience and diligence. It’s a responsibility we cannot continue taking lightly. This is what I’m learning about recognizing bias in the news.
Don’t go back to church! Before you decide to open up your building, make sure you are thinking clearly about the culture shift that has taken place and have a plan for it.
If you’re going to pastor in online discussions, you’re going to have to argue a little. These logical fallacies are common on social media and should be looked for and squashed when they rear their ugly head.
Being addressed as “white people” used to make me angry. Not anymore. I think we need to have a real talk.