WORSHIP | COMMUNICATION | CREATIVITY
The foundation of our faith doesn’t change, but the way in which we communicate does.
I help ministry leaders and organizations improve their communication—whether it’s preaching, worship planning, social media, or design.
Better communication facilitates deeper connections with your community.
Art of the Sermon Podcast
Austin Channing Brown is an author, writer, and speaker who focuses on racial justice and racial reconciliation. Austin joins us today to talk about how to lead difficult conversations in our congregations and she shares about her new book “I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness.”
Announcements are a double-edged sword: both necessary and often a waste of time in worship. Here are 10 action steps for better church announcements with a special focus on including relevant announcements in your sermon.
In 2010, Brené Brown delivered a TEDxTalk that she describes as, “the combination of an accident and an experiment.” It has since been viewed by over 33 million people, landing it in the top 5 most viewed TED Talks. In this episode, we explore some of the factors of its success that are transferable to preachers and teachers.
Defining Grace Blog
It is never the wrong time to thank volunteers—especially over the summer when it is VBS, summer camp, and mission trip season! Grab these free images to post on social media and project in worship.
Download free Mother’s Day graphics you can use in worship or on social media. The two versions include the captions “Happy Mother’s Day” and “Thank you, Mom.”
You may keep your church website updated with the weekly information, but there are other parts that may get neglected. This list offers 7 steps for getting your site back in shape.