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Church Bulletin Covers: A Simple Guide to Design, Layout, and Content

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We need to talk about your church bulletin. I know that probably doesn’t sound like an exciting conversation. In fact, maybe you think it’s about as much fun as organizing the junk drawer in your kitchen. But if we’re honest, that’s a perfect metaphor for most church bulletin covers. Too often, the church bulletin cover is the junk drawer of church communication. Everything just gets thrown in, and no one wants to sort through the mess. So it just sits there week after week. Something new may get added every once in a while. But the reality is that no one ever looks forward to opening it. It doesn’t have to be that way. Your bulletin can be an essential part of your church communication.

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Solving the Church Visitor Card Problem

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Every week, first-time visitors walk into churches in your city feeling awkward and out-of-place. They don’t know when to stand or sit. They don’t know the songs your singing. They don’t understand the different parts of your worship service. In general, they just feel out of place. Of course, that’s not what you want for them. You want them to feel welcome. You’re thrilled that they’ve decided to visit. In fact, you’d love the chance to follow up with them and get to know them better. But to do that, you’re going to need their contact information. But that’s the problem. Getting first-time visitors to fill out your visitor card is not as easy as it sounds.

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Gospel Tracts in the Hands of your Church Family: Two Marks of a Faithful Messenger

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When it comes to your church gospel tracts, content is key. Above all else, you want to make sure that your tracts clearly present the gospel. But that’s just the starting point. Next, you have to think about what might distract from that message. That’s why the design of your gospel tracts matters. If the design is outdated or cluttered, it will distract from the message. Design matters because bad design distracts from the good news. But there is something else that is even more likely to distract from the message. And that’s the messengers.

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3 Problems with the Traditional Church Bulletin (+ 1 Solution that Solves them All)

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The church bulletin has been a classic resource in the church communication toolbox for decades. And it's not likely that it will go away any time soon. In 2014, Thom Rainer did a study on church bulletin practices, and he found that most churches still use some form of church bulletin on Sundays. Even more interesting, he found that most church visitors expect to be given something when they visit a church. So the church bulletin really can be an essential part of your church communication.

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Gospel Tracts and the Heart: Two Steps to Creating a Culture of Evangelism in your Church

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Is evangelism really going out of style? Theologically, you know the right answer. But practically, maybe you're not so sure. For many Christians, evangelism is simply not a priority. So what's the answer? Do we resign ourselves to churches where people are silent about their faith? Do we allow our churches to become stagnant? Do we create new programs or activities to keep us distracted from the problem? Of course not. That's why you're here.

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