Thursday, July 25, 2013

Communicating Your Ministry Message

Twitter, Facebook, Newsletters, Meetings – the list of ways churches strive to communicate their message to the church and community can go on. Defining a clear message is the beginning point of clear communication. All we do and say should reinforce our core message. Also, there are the changes, decisions, events, and other issues that need to be communicated so that people will respond positively to our message. Learning to communicate properly and consistently should be held as a high priority for church leaders. The 4:12 Network can point you to leaders who can help you evaluate and design effective communication plans.
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  • Do your research: Once you find someone you think is a good fit for your church, do some research utilizing information found on individual profiles.
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