What is Inspire Action?
Inspire Action is a podcast, blog, and training ground for church communicators of all backgrounds. Whether you’ve been doing this for years or it’s your first day on the job, we’ve got practical insight to help you be even more effective.
As a communicator, you’ve got two responsibilities…
Depending on the size of your church, you might have a large team or be rockin’ it as a team of one. From creating graphics, to videos, to social media posts, to bulletins, and so much more, your daily list of responsibilities is probably pretty large.
At the end of the day, however, you’ve got two responsibilities:
- Make people feel known.
- Connect them to their next step.
If your communication doesn’t resonate with your audience, it won’t activate them.
At Inspire Action, we provide original, relevant content each week to help you discover new ways to communicate with your audience so that they feel known and inspired to take their next step.
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About Your Host
My name is Andrew Hansen and I’m a former Californian enjoying life in Portland, Oregon!
I currently serve as the Director of Operations at Beaverton Christian Church (part of the Willamette Christian Church family), and have previously held Communications Director positions at two other multi-site churches on the West Coast.
Good communication matters, and it requires so much more than a shotgun approach to different social media outlets. To truly make people feel known and help them get connected, we must consider strategic ways to reach and inspire.
In addition to my work at Beaverton, I also get to serve as an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Portland where I teach classes on leadership and integrated marketing communication.
Need to bounce an idea off of someone? Hit me up! (seriously)