Is your church worthy of the spotlight?What comes to mind when people in your community think of your church? Or do they think of your church at all? Do they even know that it exists? In an age of unprecedented competition, the church struggles for attention. What a local church ministry looks like often overshadows what it is and what it does.26 Ways to Improve the Image of Your Church will teach you how to: Create a friendly atmosphere by using ushers and greeters creativelyPlan worship services carefully, coordinating music, sound, and lightingImprove the appearance of your church buildings and groundsPublicize the church by using newsletters, press releases, free radio spaceMeet important needs in the community by starting outreach ministries.This kit includes a CD with interactive forms and letters, such as: Letters to follow-up with visitorsA worship folder you can customize for your churchSample press releasesPromotional brochuresAnd much more!Just a few small changes can make a significant difference in the number of visitors you will attract and retain! Are you ready for the spotlight?
An international speaker, best selling author, and compassionate teacher, Stan has authored more than ninety books to date. His books have sold more than three million copies worldwide.Stan served for forty years as a pastor, and was named General Superintendent Emeritus by the Church of the Nazarene. He was vice president of John Maxwell's Injoy Ministries, has spoken in eighty countries, and shared the platform with speakers including Zig Ziglar, Jerry Lucas, Rick Warren, Bill Hybels, and Cy Young baseball great R.A. Dickey. Jerry Brecheisen (pronounced BRECK-eye-zen) is an author, humorist, speaker, and musician who currently serves as Director of Media for The Wesleyan Church. He has authored fourteen books and writes the weekly online column Hope above the Headlines. Jerry and his wife, Carol, have two children and four grandchildren and live in Fishers, Indiana. Alan Miller is the public relations director of Indiana Wesleyan University. He has served in this position since 1996, after taking early retirement from a journalism career that covered 32 years, the last 20 years as a daily newspaper editor. He lives in Marion, Indiana.