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It takes time to establish a trusting relationship with churches as you moved toward the goal of becoming a church communications consultant. To help you do that, as I shared in an earlier post, I’ve put a new “PRINT” command on the articles on the Effective Church Communications (www.effectivechurchcom.com) website that will enable you to print off with the click of a mouse a PDF of the article for you to give away or attach in an email to give to churches.
But I realize that often in your busy schedule you don’t have time to do that, so I have links below to PDFs that are already done for you. Just click on the title and the PDF will download for you. I’ve also included a few comments about each article and who might be most interested in it and how you might use it.
Below are the articles mentioned in the PODCAST:
This is a good devotion to give to pastors and other leaders in a church communication ministry:
Devotion #1: The Reality of our situation—challenging spiritual warfare
This is a great encouraging devotion to give to church secretaries and others doing the hard work of church communications:
Devotion #8: You are the Great Ones and far more important than you realize
This is a good article to give to churches that are struggling with large numbers on their roles, but fewer people showing up on Sundays–in other words, most churches:
3,000 on your membership list, 350 in church, it may be a problem with internal marketing
Here are two articles to show that you are concerned about all the communication channels in a church:
Multi-Channel Communications advice from the publisher of USA TODAY
Essential website and social media house-keeping for fall
This is a more in-depth, strategic article that pastors will appreciate:
Foundation of The Five Steps–Disciple-making