Church Marketing Lab: Special Edition

May 4, 2007 by

It’s that time again. We want to give you a glimpse of all the great material being posted over in the Church Marketing Lab. This week, however, there’s a special twist. Be sure to check out the final sample to hear what’s so special about this week. Here’s a little of what we’ve seen:

A bulletin concept for an Urban Legend series.

A door hanger for a VBS and building dedication.

A sketch of a possible photograph to be used as a series graphic.

A billboard for a series at Victory Church.

So you’re probably thinking, “Joshua, I know these are some good designs, but why in the world does this merit a ‘special edition’ modifier?” Well, I had a first this past week. I was driving down I-85 to meet with Brad Abare, and I looked to my right and saw something that looked strangely familiar.

I went through the possibilities of why it could look familiar. I’ve seen that The Secret thing on TV, maybe I remember it from there. I’ve passed this place a hundred times, maybe I just recognize the billboard. No! Wait! That billboard is from the Church Marketing Lab!

It was certainly a first for me. I don’t known if anyone else has ever come across a lab creation that made it into the world, but make sure you all keep your eyes open! This stuff really is helping the church matter.

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Joshua Cody

Josh Cody served as our associate editor for several years before moving on to bigger things. Like Texas. These days he lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife, and you can find him online or on Twitter when he's not wrestling code.
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2 Responses to “Church Marketing Lab: Special Edition”

  • Gloria
    May 4, 2007

    I want to design a billboard.
    I want to design a billboard.

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  • dmay
    May 13, 2007

    You have great info about a church changing a name but how about implementation. How do you roll this out? How do you communicate it to people? Etc. Any suggestions and successful stories would be welcomed. Thanks!

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