Community Impact Matters
A large part of attracting outsiders to your church is making an effort to meet people where they are. This means that the congregation of a church must strive to move outside the four walls of the physical church building and begin to reach out to their surrounding area. Continue Reading
Should Pastors Use Social Media?
Social Media allows pastors to communicate real life issues with their congregants and potential congregants who find comfort in getting to know their spiritual leaders more intimately without being intrusive and needing to have "face time" with them. It also allows people to get to know their hearts... Continue Reading
Know Your Audience
Many things go into good writing, but before you even come up with that first line, you must answer one simple question: Who am I trying to communicate to? Continue Reading
Creating a Media Presence in Your Community
How and what you communicate to your community will determine what your community will think of you and, eventually, who and how many will come to your church. If you never reach out beyond your church doors, your community will never really know who you are or what you are all about and you will not experience the growth you could otherwise enjoy. Continue Reading
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Office of Public Relations
1445 N. Boonville Ave.
Springfield, MO 65802
The Office of Public Relations is part of the communication ministries of the General Council and is responsible for communicating through various channels the ministries and programs of the Fellowship to all of its publics.