Do It Yourself Church Marketing

November 16, 2005 by

Church Marketing CartoonAh. You gotta love this cartoon from Right on the money.

If you haven’t been to Cartoon Church (we’ve plugged it before) you should check it out. They’ve got great cartoons you can easily purchase for use in church publications. I like the Make Poverty History cartoon and the cartoon version of the Windsor Report. (Which isn’t technically a Cartoon Church offering, but it’s still by Dave Walker and it’s still funny. At least for someone who attends an Episcopal church like me.)

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4 Responses to “Do It Yourself Church Marketing”

  • Andrew Beeston
    November 17, 2005

    Humour me for a minute… I’m not sure what the angle is from the Windsor Report cartoonist. Is it a parody? Am I over analysing it? I mean… or is it one of those “it doesn’t have a meaning” cartoons?
    I mean it’s funny, but I also don’t get it.

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  • Michael
    November 17, 2005

    Thank you Andrew…I thought I had lost my humor…I didn’t get it either, I mean I get it, but not really.
    Of course…maybe we both lost the humor. :)

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  • Dave
    November 18, 2005

    Its not unusual to find people looking at my cartoons with a blank expression on their faces.
    I often refer the confused to this cartoon, but it doesn’t always help much.

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  • Rachel Nunson
    November 27, 2005

    I found this cartoon absolutely hilarious in the light of the Priest Idol discussion on this site.
    And (gulp) it reminds me of a lot of the churches I’ve been to here in the UK.

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