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.
We all need great photos for social media posts, sermon graphics, and other projects. Here are the best spring photos you can use for free!
This free image pack will give your worship and social media graphics a unified design theme for Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday.
I am excited to announce that I am the new host of the MyCom Church Marketing Podcast from United Methodist Communications. This show features practical tips and interviews for church communications practitioners and leaders in ministries of all sizes.
Recent survey data shows that live video is only growing. Not only is it a format social media users want to see, but it is being promoted by the social networks themselves.
This prayer calendar for Lent 2018 includes a daily prayer prompt organized by weekly themes. Download a free PDF for use with your congregation.
The typography pendulum has begun swinging away from the sans serif fonts that dominated the last decade and back toward serif fonts. Here are 9 free Google Fonts you can use in your designs and on your website to keep up with the trend.
It is time to start inviting people to your Ash Wednesday service through your social media channels. Here are some free images you can use to get the word out.
We all need great photos for social media posts, sermon graphics, and other projects. Here are the best winter and Valentine’s Day photos you can use for free!
As we kickoff 2018, do you have any resolutions for how you and your ministry communicate online? I have three suggestions if you’re looking for some ideas.