We thought we would start out the week with our top 10 communications online resources. These aren’t the only resources out there but these are the ones we go to over and over again. We hope you will find them helpful to you:
Our mission is to frustrate, educate and motivate the church to communicate, with uncompromising clarity, the truth of Jesus Christ. Church Marketing Sucks is a part of the Center for Church Communication, a nonprofit organization where courageous storytellers are welcome.
The Center for Church Communication (CFCC) is a nonprofit organized by communications professionals who have been serving the church and mainstream clients since 1998.
Justin is a content marketing practitioner who lives in Des Moines, Iowa. He helps people and organizations tell their stories online. He is CEO of Think Digital and also co-founder of SOME Co., a social marketing agency.
Steve Fogg is the Communications Director at Crossway Church in Australia. His blog exists to help you communicate clearly and simply. So that you are able to tell your story in a way that connects with your audience whether you are a church, business or non-profit.
5. Church Juice
Church Juice is passionate about church communications. Everything communicates something, so why not be intentional about what your church is saying to your community and congregation. Church Juice is a educational tool for churches.
A great resource that explores how the Church, ministries, and non-profits use technology to effectively fulfill their mission to the world.
Richard’s blog is at the intersection of his greatest passions: brilliant strategy + health-focused churches (organizations) + life-giving change. He spends most of his time consulting for churches, ministries, and smart companies.
Phil Bowdle is the communications director at West Ridge Church in Atlanta. He’s also one of the presenters and organizers of the Certification Lab, a two-day training intensive coming to Nashville in October for church communications.
9. Sunday| Mag
Sunday| Mag is a free tool for the creative church. This online magazine is all about the creative process of Sunday mornings – from start to finish.
Social Media Examiner is a great resource tool for small businesses just trying to keep up with the ever-evolving world of social media marketing. Social Media Examiner helps businesses master social media marketing to find leads, increase sales and improve branding using Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube and the like!
What additional church communication resources would you add to this list?