Articles by Martin Davis
Saturday May 09, 2020
REMEMBERING OUR MOTHERS & GRANDMOTHERS: ”Her home was a palace!” writes Martin Davis, describing, from a little boy’s perspective, the wonders of his grandmother Martha’s house that still stands, but now seems surprisingly small.
Wednesday November 20, 2019
As bad as our national divisions are today, they were far worse in October of 1863. Duncan Newcomer writes in his newly released 30 Days with Abraham Lincoln about what the founder of Thanksgiving, Abraham Lincoln, found to unify a bleeding nation.
Wednesday December 31, 2014
The recent Newsweek - Albert Mohler exchange highlights for those on the fringes of faith a picture of church as they believe it to be. How can you change that dynamic?
Wednesday September 10, 2014
For more than 15 years, congregations have been slow to adopt new technology. And those who provide technology have grown weary of waiting ...
Wednesday July 02, 2014
In the wake of Social Media Sunday, there's a lot of celebration. But if privacy issues aren't addressed in your faith community, the traction social media is gaining will quickly be lost.
Thursday June 19, 2014
Marketing as a concept for faith communities, I believe, is largely dead. Buried initially by the introduction of social media””which exposed to all how little marketers can really influence people’s habits. And increasingly being buried by a return to sanity””at the end of the day, it’s your ability to connect to the people you serve that makes the difference.
Wednesday May 21, 2014
Are virtual friends, "real"? It's a question that keep many congregations off the information highway. And a question for which the early and medieval church have an answer.
Friday May 09, 2014
Whether you're a social media novice or an experienced hand, there are three questions every congregational leader should answer about their social media channels. How you answer reveals much about your chances for success.