Awaken Nashville

We’ve been honored over the last month to take lead on design for Awaken Nashville. From developing their logo and website to a devotional guide and assets to be delivered to churches. This video was produced by Awaken Nashville, watch to learn more! Awaken Nashville was began by Dave Clayton at Ethos Church in Nashville […]

Best Christmas Designs PART 2: Trends of 2018

As fate would have it, Christmas is upon us, and we’ve been whipping up some holiday sermon designs we’re pretty excited about! The trends from last year have indeed carried over – from gradients to natural elements to geometric shapes and pops of bright colors. (See Part One in this blog series here). Designers are […]

Your Church Can Simulcast (And Probably Should!)

First of all, what is simulcasting exactly? Simulcasting is not live streaming a regular church service (although your church might want to consider that as well). Simulcasting is when your church streams an event being held somewhere else. Probably the most popular and common example is a youth group Super Bowl party. Youth groups and […]

YOU’VE BEEN FRAMED! By Facebook, that is.

And no, we don’t mean the whole data exploitation scandal. We’re talking about Facebook frames! This is a little post on how to use Facebook frames to market your brand on social media. SO, WHAT ARE THEY? Here’s the dealio. Facebook created these nifty little customizable frames so you can give your profile pic a little […]

Low-Budget Tuneage for Your Videos

As we march on in this digital age, videos are everywhere – on websites and social media platforms like Netflix, Youtube, Snapchat, etc. Pretty soon, video will be more prevalent than text or photos! Why though? What makes them so captivating? For one: they’re VISUAL. But also: they’re audible! And audio can make or break the […]

Why Creative Design is important for Churches today

We live in a world full of images. “Digital Marketing experts estimate that most Americans are exposed to around 4,000 to 10,000 advertisements each day.” That includes images, radio announcements, pop-up ads, direct emails, etc, and that statistic was written in 2015.   In 2016, the New York Times published an article on the update […]

Building An Audience From The Ground-Up

building your church audience

Let me guess: You’ve got a got clear calling and a killer ministry. You’ve prayed over your goals, and you’re ready to launch. Or, maybe your ministry is already up and running, but you’d like to expand your reach. Where on earth do you start? How do you find folks in need of your ministry […]