Easter Prep: New Courageous Storytellers Resources

Easter Prep: New Courageous Storytellers Resources

February 4, 2019 by

I know, I know. You just finished putting away the Christmas Eve candles, and your church probably still has a rogue wreath hanging somewhere. It seems like we did the whole Christmas thing five minutes ago, but believe it or not, that other major Christian holiday is just around the corner.

Let’s get real right at the beginning: I recognize there are some of you who will scramble to this page at the end of April and snatch up all the help you can get in the middle of Holy Week. Then there are some of you who had your Easter communication strategy done on January 2 (you people are sick). Wherever you land on the plan/procrastinate scale, we’ve got some solid Easter help for you here whenever you’re ready for it.

Here’s a sneak peek at this month’s Courageous Storytellers resources:

  • Keeping Easter Fresh (Q&A webinar with Blaine Hogan).
  • Rethink Communication (Q&A webinar with Phil Bowdle).
  • Set of Easter story social media graphics.
  • Five reasons why you should consider direct mail advertising.
  • Tips for creating Easter lead magnets.
  • How to turn Easter guests into regular attenders.
  • Harnessing Facebook ads, boosts, & events.
  • Should you add additional outdoor Easter signage?
  • 10 Easter stage design ideas for your church.
  • 9 things to do to prepare for Easter early.

And, of course, our normal slate of awesome social graphics.

Check out this month’s Easter resources, and if you’re not a member of Courageous Storytellers, consider joining.

Post By:

Matt Ehresman


Matt has worked in church communication for the past five years where he oversees basically anything anyone ever sees at First MB Church in Wichita, Kan. His wife Tillie dances in the street, sings her sentences, and is an excellent mother to their daughter, Heidi. Matt is also our membership director for Courageous Storytellers.
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