From Our Blog
Confession: as an introvert, I don't enjoy talking on the phone. I know. I know. You say, "Lindsay, you're a communications professional. You, of all people, should enjoy a good phone call."
This week I was at lunch with a lead pastor and a worship pastor of a large, thriving church in a mid-size community. Two good men of God. Or so I thought …
With long to-do lists at my desk, I have struggled at times to see my job as ministry. Here's how I find focus and encouragement.
Join us in May for The Table, where we'll be talking volunteers: how to find them, how to keep them, and what you can do to help them - and your communications ministry - thrive!
Recently I had an email conversation with a client. It's a conversation I've had many times. I'll let the emails do the explaining.
For the April Honorary Fishhooker of the Every Other Month award, Fishhook is recognizing Debbie McBroom, Evan's other half (for 25+ years now) who has been an incredible supporter of Fishhook before the company even had its name or a first project!
Hi! I'm Meredith Erwin, graphic designer and the newest member of the Fishhook team. Here are a few fun facts about me.
Fishhook is celebrating 10 years this spring! Here's a message Evan shared about his journey and new calling the last week of March in 2003. What great truths that still drive our team today!
It's time to give a financial update to your congregation. What to say? How to frame the numbers? What not to say? And why say anything at all?
Several of us do it or are doing it.
Your work environment can make a job wonderful or not. Here are five key characteristics we strive to cultivate at Fishhook.
I value how we connect as a team so much that I miss it when we skip it. Here's how we intentionally connect with each other at Fishhook.
Meet our friend, Rachel Riley, communications director at Church at the Crossing, and February's Honorary Fishhooker of the Every Other Month!
We keep each other accountable face-to-face when we're in the office, traveling together, and at our weekly team meeting. But, when we can't breath the same air, we rely on technology.
Respect breeds more respect especially when challenging issues or times arise. Here's how respect plays out at Fishhook.