A Survival Guide for Church Communicators
Practical lessons from Justin Dean, former Communications Director at Mars Hill Church
Is your church prepared to handle a crisis well? Do you have a plan in place for how to deal with negative comments on social media? Are you afraid to try new communications methods?
In PR Matters, Justin Dean provides practical advice on how to communicate the gospel well and reach more people in a world that wants Christians to be bland.
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Social Media Guide for Churches
A 36-page ebook to kickstart your social media strategy.
CHURCH CRISIS PLAN
A comprehensive done-for-you Crisis Communications Plan built for churches.
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The hard lessons he has learned and put into this book are a blessing for all churches across the world. I urge all pastors and church leaders to read this book.
Justin has a big heart for helping churches communicate better. Which is admirable considering what he has gone through. PR Matters is full of practical advice that your church can’t afford to ignore.
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About the Author
Justin Dean is a church communications advisor and entrepreneur.
He served in senior marketing roles in the corporate startup world for over a decade before joining Mars Hill Church in Seattle as the Communications Director in 2011. He oversaw all social media, content, editorial, communications, and public relations for the growing megachurch until they ultimately closed their doors for good at the end of 2014.
He is now the co-founder of That Church Conference, helping digital communicators tell the best story the church has to tell through conferences, workshops, and online resources.
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