So, you are a church planter, a church volunteer, or the dude they hired part-time to run the children’s ministry, the sound booth, the youth group, “do the website” and lead the music.
Been there. Well, the last one.If you are like most of us, crafting a coherent digital strategy for communication (both internal and external) is something you’ll do next month.
And it has been for the past year and a half.
That’s where this bootcamp will help. As I mentioned, I’ve been there, and what we will cover in this recklessly abrupt training course is how to get started.
We are not going to just camp out in the theoretical clouds. You and I both know you don’t have time for that. You’ve got the next 15 minutes free, and then you’re heading to an appointment.
So I’m going to give you 15-minute chunks. Bite-sized content that you can start implementing TODAY to get you where you want to be.
By this time next year, the things we implement in these 15-minute chunks will have set you up to have a fully functioning church communications department, using the resources you already have in place, and the time you are already spending (No kidding, I’m not even going to add an hour to your week. I’m going to rescue an hour you didn’t know you were wasting.)
I’m going to use a bacon analogy throughout. Parts of the course are directed at bacon theory: why you should use certain web tools and strategies, how to use those tools, etc. Other parts of the course are going to be designed to give you pan-fried bacon. You can teach a man to fry bacon, or you can sell him some perfectly fried bacon. I am going to do some of both.
Because, mmm. Bacon.
If you haven’t already registered for an account here at Church Web Help, you’ll need that to access the goods. For now, it’s a lifetime membership for only $35 (one time, 35 bucks, and you are in for life)
Once I get enough new content added to the members area, I plan to make membership a monthly charge. Folks who join now will be grandfathered in for life.