Tuesday, June 28, 2016

former MH PR chief Justin Dean got a product available on how to Bad Pres Proof Your Church you can buy, replete with tried and true techniques that will help your church handle PR crises the way ... Justin Dean did.


Bad Press Proof Your ChurchDownload a complete Crisis Plan for your church + one-on-one training.

If you follow the linkage it gets you to ...


They say there’s no such thing as bad publicity, but it sure doesn’t feel that way when your pastor or church starts making the headlines. In today’s world, if you’re a Bible-preaching church, then it’s only a matter of time before you’ll be faced with a communications crisis of your own. Even the most squeaky clean church is susceptible to mistakes, sin, false accusations, or worse.

We’ve prepared an all-inclusive training package and downloadable resources to help your church establish an effective PR strategy and crisis plan. You’ll learn tried and true techniques that will help prepare you and your church to handle every day communications crises.

Tried and true techniques from someone who, upon joining staff at Mars Hill, handled public relations in such a way that Mars Hill's reputation only rose to ever higher heights?

Get Immediate Access for $299 $99

This is more than just a jumpstart – you’ll receive a complete crisis communications plan along with quality training to help you immediately implement it at your church. Training and content like this can cost thousands of dollars to develop on your own.

Download the Crisis Plan and schedule your coaching session now.

An alternative possibility, given the case study involved, is that you could spend hundreds of hours here or elsewhere reading about the life and times of the former Mars Hill Church for no more money than it would cost you to maintain your existing internet connection.  If it be said that you get what you pay for, well, even Dean's content is steeply discounted, and at least Wenatchee The Hatchet can testify to having met the three co-founding elders of the late Mars Hill Church, which Dean may not be able to say.

Caveat emptor's probably the nicest thing to say at the moment.

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