Are We Doing Enough ...

As I sit here today I struggle with  “Are We Doing Enough to Reach People?” The average church is not full to capacity. And those that have great participation have not fully maximized their potential. In this era of building bigger and bigger facilities, I still wonder if we are...

The best ways to Market a new church in the city Sep25

The best ways to Mar...

Below is a conversation I had with someone on the Urban Church Marketing Facebook Page – I thought it would assist you as well. please Enjoy Marlando Sparks Hello sir I’m planting a new church and I’m looking for a place to purchase business cards, banners,and signs , I also...

5 Steps to Church Marketing Sep25

5 Steps to Church Ma...

Recently I have received several requests on the Urban Church Marketing Facebook Page, on the subject of marketing, especially as it relates to church plants. My response has been specific – be sure to know your demographic. I do not believe every ministry is created for everybody. God...

How would Toyota Run a Church? Sep25

How would Toyota Run...

Hey guys, I ran across this article the other day. I thought it really touched on the many marketing points I mention to my clients. If churches are going to really move into the next century the approach has to change. I am not talking about message but about delivery. I hope you enjoy the...

Okay, Honestly, Does Your Church Have Clean Restrooms? Sep25

Okay, Honestly, Does...

My friend Chris Forbes does it again. His blog on clean restrooms is one to remember. Have you ever gone out to eat at a restaurant and seen food on the floor, grease covering the walls, a very unsanitary look to the place? Let me ask you, would you eat there? If your answer is no!!! Then...

3 Ways Social Media ...

by: Felicia Shakespeare First and foremost social media has to be viewed as a tool that will get users from a means to an end. It’s not intended to replace what should be deemed as “normal” human behavior, like face to face interactions or verbal conversations but I’m convinced...