Posts Tagged ‘marketing’

Church Marketing Directory

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

The Center for Church Communication (CFCC) has just launched a new resource site called The Church Marketing Directory. According to the CFCC, “The Church Marketing Directory is a lightly-edited list of tools, resources and companies that help the church communicate more clearly.”

The resources are broken down into main categories, making it easier to find what you are looking for. Regarding the types of sites that will be approved for inclusion in the directory, the CFCC says this:

We’re looking for links to any companies, organizations, blogs, tools or other resources that help churches communicate better. These resources need to be focused on church marketing–if a church marketing connection is unclear, the resource will not be approved (e.g., if you submit a designer and their site never mentions working for churches, they’re likely not focused on church marketing and will be rejected). Church marketing means marketing for local congregations, not ministry marketing or Christian business marketing.

All submissions are subject to approval and editing. Inclusion in the Directory does not imply endorsement.

The Persuaders

Monday, September 21st, 2009


FRONTLINE on PBS put together a superb documentary that is well worth 90 minutes of your time. And if you happen to need any additional persuadingyou can watch it for FREE online, right now.

In The Persuaders, FRONTLINE explores how the cultures of marketing and advertising have come to influence not only what Americans buy, but also how they view themselves and the world around them.