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Have you ever been in one those creative meetings that drag on and on and on and on, with no focus. You find yourself hours later, heading back to the office struggling to think of one decision made. Your creative meeting doesn’t have to be like herding cats. Let us help you by giving you three questions to take into your next creative meeting, that…READ MORE
As our Christmas gift to you, we wanted to give you direct access to all our current resources on Catalyst Church Creative. Everything is 100% original as created by us, and is a free gift to you to use however you see fit. So feel free to slap it on your Sunday screens, create a new sermon series, or just…READ MORE
Christmas Eve is upon us, so we thought it would be cool to walk you through the process of creating the artwork for our Beautiful Exchange Christmas series at Catalyst Church. Heres the big picture view of our process: Concept/Creative Meeting Every series of ours starts around the kitchen table at our Lead Minister’s home. At Catalyst, lines between staff and family begin…READ MORE
Next to Jesus, Santa is the most recognizable figure during the Christmas season. And while Christmas is centered on Christ, there is a massive marketing push with Santa and everything that comes along with it: presents, Christmas trees, and massive comatose meals with families. We wanted to help you leverage this truth in your churches, and have created three keys you can…READ MORE
If churches want to stay relevant within the context of modern culture, then they need to speak the Bible in ways that modern day audiences can hear it. Our Uncensored Resource Kit can help you communicate the hard to discuss topics that churches face, keeping your audiences engaged and visually tuned in. Download this resource today, and receive access to many…READ MORE
There is a difference between you and your work. Scenario: Church planter pushes out new content from their personal blog, then copy/pastes it on their church blog, and then shares from both personal and church social media accounts the exact same content. Users read the content once, then see it again from somewhere else, then again on this social media stream,…READ MORE