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Churches Are Social Media Content Factories

Justin Wise said it at the Echo Conference in July, “Churches are content factories. We just need to learn how to utilize that content.” And he’s right. Many times as pastors and leaders in the church we get hung up on this ‘content problem.’ The questions I get asked most from pastors is, “What should […]

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Monday Wake Up

Weeks are starting to fly by faster and faster it seems like. I can’t believe it’s already the Monday before the Echo Conference. As I’ve written about before, Echo is by far my favorite conference of the year. It feels like a family reunion each year for all of us church communication and media peeps. […]

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#Echo12 :: Church Diversity – Scott Williams

Scott Williams previously served as a key leader and Campus Pastor for LifeChurch.tv. Currently he serves at PeoplesChurch.tv, one of the fastest growing multi-ethnic churches in America. He is the Chief Solutions Officer for Nxt Level Solutions, a consulting company he founded to help businesses, non-profits and ministries move from where they are to where they […]

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#Echo12 :: You are not a tool – Blaine Hogan

As an actor, author of the recent book, UNTITLED: Thoughts on the Creative Process, and creative director at Willow Creek Community Church, Blaine is a maker of things. He lives with his wife, Margaret, and their daughter, Ruby, just outside of Chicago.       You are not a tool I’m afraid that we don’t believe […]

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#Echo12 :: Q&A w/ Tony Hale

Tony Hale developed his strong, national fan base with his hilarious role as Buster Bluth on Fox Television’s smart, Emmy Award-winning series Arrested Development. During his college years, Tony became a follower of Christ. When speaking to Christian audiences, Tony strives to help listeners understand the power and sway of false motivations, and the perils […]

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#Echo12 :: Gaining Influence – Lindsey Nobles

Before joining Project 7 as director of community, Lindsey Nobles served as director of corporate communications at Thomas Nelson, the world’s largest Christian publisher, where she oversaw all public communication and was charged with increasing brand awareness through traditional and social media, as well as relationship development. Prior to this, she spent five years with Books-A-Million, serving […]

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#Echo12 :: From Noise to Signal – John Dyer & Scott McClellan

From noise to signal Mediums vs. Platforms Available mediums and platforms Announcements Teaching Slides Video Signage Handouts Kiosks Classes Direct mail Email SMS Phone Every medium and platform has its own strengths and weaknesses What is a “Medium”? What is that medium communicating that goes beyond all of the words. Media Ecology You can’t use […]

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SCTV :: #Echo12 Special – Jerod Clark, ChurchJuice.com

I was able to grab Jerod Clark (@jerodclark) of http://www.churchjuice.com and we chat about social media in the church, and get his thoughts on ways that he has seen churches use social media well. Check out his thoughts…  

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#Echo12 :: Accidental Creative – Todd Henry

Todd Henry is the founder and CEO of Accidental Creative, a company that helps creative people and teams be prolific, brilliant, and healthy. He’s also the author ofThe Accidental Creative: How To Be Brilliant at a Moment’s Notice, which offers strategies for how to thrive in the creative marketplace and has been called “high-octane fuel […]

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SCTV :: Echo 2012 Special – John Saddington

This week if you can’t tell my from my incessant tweets and blog posts, I am at the Echo Conference 2012 in Dallas, TX. This is my fourth year here at Echo and every year it just gets better and better. I like to see it as a big family reunion. The one time each […]

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