Since 2004 we’ve been working to frustrate, educate and motivate the church to communicate, with uncompromising clarity, the truth of Jesus Christ. We’ve written thousands of blog posts and influenced countless communicators and churches as a nonprofit organization.

“Church Marketing Sucks has been my guiding light.” -Meredith Gould

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Thanks. Donations are tax deductible and will go to our general fund to support our continued work. You can visit our nonprofit parent, the Center for Church Communication, for more details, including our annual reports.

A Few Word From Our Fans:

“Church Marketing Sucks inspired my career. It has been a wealth of information and insight to help me do a better job and make informed decisions.” –Anthony Miller, communications director, Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif.

“I remember reading Church Marketing Sucks from its earliest days. In 2004 digital technology in the church was still pretty novel, and many churches were just trying to figure out how to get a website. … Facebook was still exclusive to college students. Twitter wasn’t even born, and the smartest phone anyone had was a BlackBerry. Church Marketing Sucks was there to help us all figure it out together. It’s why I loved this community then and still do today.” –Lori Bailey, central team leader for communications at

“Because this was not my area of expertise I was especially hungry for help. The Center for Church Communication really helped me think through the big picture and be able to pass on that vision to others.” –David Woll, worship pastor at Columbia Heights Assembly in Longview, Wash.

“Church Marketing Sucks has been my guiding light for as long as church communication has been my ministry.” –Meredith Gould, author and church consultant

“I cringe about 75% less when I visit churches (or their websites) in 2014 than I did in 2004. A decreasing cringe factor—that’s a measurable win! But, our work is not done.” –Kem Meyer, former communications director at Granger Community Church in Granger, Ind.