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Lebanon, Pennsylvania, I found myself maintaining a Construction Update bulletin board for more than six months.
The bulletin board was a great success, and I believe it provides a model of a communication mechanism that can be used to good effect by other churches in a variety of circumstances.
I liked that piece because I think it brought people up to speed quickly on who we are.
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I’ve picked out some of the pieces that stood out to me and provided them here for you to check out as well. I hope these inspire you to reconsider how you can make it better … [You can download all 17 bulletins in one ZIP file.] I’d love you to provide a link to your bulletin (or program! What do you think your piece does particularly well?
At my church we focus our bulletin totally on the first time guests …
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