Social Media That Worked: Videos & Connection

We’re talking about social media this month on our Courageous Storytellers membership site (join today!), so we talked to a few churches about what works best for them. The answers? A lot of video. Four out of the five we talked to mentioned video. Another big win is relevant content, stuff that relates to where … Read moreSocial Media That Worked: Videos & Connection

3 Tips to Get Millennials to “Look Down” on #GivingTuesday

As a New Yorker, walking around New York City has become a real-life video game. From navigating the crowds to bumping into someone who is unaware of their surroundings or trying to take a picture, a simple walk to the corner store has become a game of duck and weave. Standing on the corner, I thought to myself, “What has changed, why … Read more3 Tips to Get Millennials to “Look Down” on #GivingTuesday

Social Media for Churches: 14 Content Ideas

This is part of our series on Social Media for Churches. If you haven’t already, go back and check out the previous posts on best practices for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Now that we’ve looked at the best practices for all of the major social networks, you know how to post well. But thinking of reasons to post and coming … Read moreSocial Media for Churches: 14 Content Ideas

Streaming Video Do’s and Don’ts for Your Church

We’re talking digital church this month, and one of the standard ways churches are going online is with streaming video. So whether your setup involves an iPhone and Facebook Live or some seriously cha-ching equipment and a paid streaming service, there are some best practices to consider when putting together an online church experience. Here’s … Read moreStreaming Video Do’s and Don’ts for Your Church