Top 5 for 2018
As we begin to wrap up the year, it's a great time to do some evaluating. In your ministry, what worked well, what can be improved, and what was surprising throughout 2018?
At Church Juice, part of that evaluation is taking a look at what articles and resources were well-read, and what we can do to better help church communicators in 2019. So I thought I'd share our top 5 articles (and top podcast episode) for 2018. If you missed any of these articles, take a read! Or if you read them when they were first published, maybe reading them again may help you as you evaluate 2018 and plan for 2019. Blessings!
After spending dozens of hours searching the web for great church websites, we compiled a list of our 18 favorites for the year. Take a look at our favorite church websites of 2018. Oh, and be on the lookout for our updated list in the coming days!
It’s one of the most universal issues that church communicators face. I see the same dilemma arise in every church I visit—how do we prioritize what gets communicated, using which methods? Here’s a three-tiered approach to help you organize your communications.
Social media is a great tool that churches can use to build and expand relationships, as well as a tool for outreach. Here are six tips to help your church utilize social media better.
Churches struggle with figuring out what’s important for their church website. Here are 5 things your church website needs to include.
This throwback to 2012 is still a popular topic that people are searching for. In this article, Church Juice founding producer, Jerod Clark, talks about different styles of cover photos for your Facebook Page; we give tips on things to look for, how to display your church well, and what to avoid.
In the church, social media can be a big struggle—from deciding what channels to utilize, how social fits into the overall strategy of the church, who will be in charge, what to post, and so many other questions. So we want to help answer some of these questions and relieve some of the burden and stress your church may be feeling in its attempt to be relevant and modern.
What resources would you find most helpful in 2019?