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Created for More by Jonathan Malm

Created for More by Jonathan Malm

This 30-day devotional is intended for creatives—writers, artists, photographers, videographers, problem solvers—both within and outside the church, to help us see the world differently and get out of a creative rut. This little gem of a book belongs on the shelf of every church creative.

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Church Comm Training: Jenny Rain at Certification Lab
No Comments » September 25, 2014

Church Comm Training: Jenny Rain at Certification Lab

"I walked away very encouraged," says Jenny Rain, a past participant in the Certification Lab. Learn more about this event, coming Oct. 13-14.

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Chasing Church Excellence Can Drive You Crazy
1 Comment » September 24, 2014

Chasing Church Excellence Can Drive You Crazy

The pursuit of excellence can be frustrating, wasteful and exhausting. We need to redefine excellence. It's not about measuring up, but making the most.

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How to Be a Communications Pastor
4 Comments » September 22, 2014

How to Be a Communications Pastor

Your job is to oversee the nuts and bolts of internal and external communication. Here are five practical steps for how to do that better.

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The Church Communication Ego: How to Keep It in Check
No Comments » September 17, 2014

The Church Communication Ego: How to Keep It in Check

It’s not easy to keep ego in check. Even in the church. Here's how you can disarm it: Embrace humility, be teachable and submit to the Spirit's leading.

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Church Marketing Podcast: The Church Website Episode
No Comments » September 16, 2014

Church Marketing Podcast: The Church Website Episode

Who's visiting your website and what are they doing when they get there? We talk church website analytics with AJ Fenlason and the missing element for Instagram.

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How to Create Your Own Internet Church Campus
No Comments » September 15, 2014

How to Create Your Own Internet Church Campus

Church is happening outside the walls of the sanctuary, and churches need to adapt and take the ministry to the people.

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Struggles & Victories: First Christian Church
No Comments » September 12, 2014

Struggles & Victories: First Christian Church

The woes and wins of church communication: Struggling with constant change and finding victory by connecting with others.

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Your Church Is More Than a Worship Service: Finding Other On-Ramps
19 Comments » September 10, 2014

Your Church Is More Than a Worship Service: Finding Other On-Ramps

People in your community have no interest in attending your church. It's not you. And it's not them. It's us. We need to change.

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How Can Churches Engage 20-Somethings?
5 Comments » September 8, 2014

How Can Churches Engage 20-Somethings?

A group of 20-somethings travels the country visiting churches to see how the church can engage 20-somethings.

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5 Ways to Make Your Creative Meeting More Creative & Effective
No Comments » September 5, 2014

5 Ways to Make Your Creative Meeting More Creative & Effective

Are your creative meetings boring? Not cool. Here are five ways to turn boring brainstorms into the energizing, creative experience you need to bring world-changing ideas to your church.

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Certification Lab: Instructors Conversation
1 Comment » September 4, 2014

Certification Lab: Instructors Conversation

Is the Certification Lab worth it? In this video hangout our instructors give a taste of the insights you can expect and why it's worth the investment to attend.

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When the Homeless Man Stole Cookies From a Church
1 Comment » September 3, 2014

When the Homeless Man Stole Cookies From a Church

"Church Presses Charges Against Homeless Man for Stealing Cookies." No matter the story behind that headline, your church is going to lose.

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How Your Church Can Innovate by Asking “What If?”
3 Comments » September 2, 2014

How Your Church Can Innovate by Asking “What If?”

Innovation through bold questions: What if that idea applied here? What if this "fact" wasn't actually true? What if I'm wrong?

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Playing Devil’s Advocate for the Church
No Comments » August 27, 2014

Playing Devil’s Advocate for the Church

Too often churches are anti-inquisitive. 'That's how we've always done it' reigns. We need to ask the tough questions to clarify our purpose.

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