Pulling a rabbit out of a hat is a welcome time for “Ta-Da!” but when it comes to working with church leaders who hate magic but enjoy the big reveal, it’s frustrating. This episode explains why playing your cards close to the chest, big reveals, and mixing metaphors is not a good leadership strategy!
Usually, the copy comes last. It’s an afterthought behind the graphics, the plan, and the aesthetic. But the copy is what causes people to take action, so it should be an important checkbox on our content creation list. Because we often mail it in when it comes to writing, we write garbage. This episode is about easy alternatives to copy garbage.
This very important episode is a very honest conversation with my friend Jason Caston. Aside from his many communications credentials including Daystar, AT&T, and writing his own books and strategies, he has a very poignant perspective on how racism has been and is currently being dealt with in the church. Can we heal? Can we move forward? We have hope. But first, we have to talk about some things.
I’m going to tell you how I started, organized, and managed almost 30 Facebook groups for my last church. We’ll talk about how to run a group successfully and how to facilitate community online with your people.
Literally one of my worst fears about video chat is that I’ll forget the video is on and do something embarrassing. There are rules, etiquette, if you will, to being on a video call and suddenly we all have to learn them. In this episode, Meagan and I walk through some of the rules for staff meetings, counseling calls, or general Zoom calls in King James style!
Kyle Draper and I used to work together in student ministry at a large church here in DFW. Now, we both have found our way into the digital marketing world and have joined forces again in this episode to pull back the curtain on social media and ministry and where those two intersect.