From Static Content to Stimulating Conversation

by Jay Sherer, ECCU Marketing Supervisor
(Originally published as a post within ECCU’s former e-publication, The Buzz.)

We started publishing The Buzz almost two years ago with two goals in mind: create a place for ministries to learn more about managing their money, and give them a chance to enter into a conversation with us about ministry, money, and more. A growing subscription base and consistently high readership suggest that we’ve accomplished the first part of that goal, but the second has been tougher…until now.

It is with great anticipation that we announce our newest resource—the ECCU blog!

As you can see from this screen shot, the blog offers more than just informative articles. It’s designed to stimulate conversation, and starting July 19, you’re invited to become a part of the conversation.

Here are some other benefits you’ll enjoy with the new blog:

  • The ability to comment on our blog posts
  • More frequent posts (two to three posts per week)
  • More subscribe options (Utilize the RSS or sign up to receive e-mail updates.)
  • Quick links to other ministry conversations with friends of ours who also blog

You’ll also get a chance to hear from a greater range of contributors, including Mark Jones (money management expert), Susan Rushing (banking operations expert), Jeremy Moore (ministry development officer), Mark Holbrook (ECCU president/CEO), and the Ministry Banking Guy (the blog master) on a more consistent basis.

We’re committed to delivering valuable information, providing the opportunity for ministry leaders to offer their own insights, questions, and comments, and being responsive to those comments. So we sure would love to hear from you.

NOTE: Past Buzz articles will still be available in the articles section of our website's resources page, but all new content will be published under the blog.

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