Event evaluation resources and FREE e-books

Here are some additional resources to for post-event evaluation and some free e-books: Make special event evaluation a habit for continuous improvement–3 forms and a book that will help, to download, CLICK THIS LINK: http://www.effectivechurchcom.com/2013/03/make-special-event-evaluation-a-habit-for-continuous-improvement-3-forms-and-a-book-that-will-help/ A primary link to a free e-book on church communications PLUS a number of others, CLICK THIS LINK: http://www.effectivechurchcom.com/2013/11/free-ebook-on-connection-cards-essential-to-link-with-holiday-visitors/

Note Taking that Works

Take notes effectively

Whether recording instructions or jotting seminar notes, whether using pen or PC, every assistant needs a system—an organized method of arranging information so it can be retrieved and used as needed. Most notes are, after all, taken not just for the sake of getting words on paper, but for the purpose of recording data or…

Make it OK for visitors to reject Jesus at Easter

It is natural for visitors at Easter to have questions--encourage them to find answers.

Before you consign this article to the category of “everybody gets saved in the end, no matter who or what they believe in” —be assured nothing could be further from my intention. I take very seriously the truth that if people do not have a saving relationship with Jesus Christ (and only Jesus Christ, no…

SEEING OLD THINGS IN NEW WAYS: Selling your ideas

Share your idea

“I have some ideas on how to increase office effectiveness, but am not sure how to get our office manager to consider them.” Pick one idea. Try looking at the situation from the office manager’s side of the desk. Anticipate as many possible reservations and concerns as you can. Formulate reasonable answers. If you hit…