According to Pew Research, historical black churches are having a hard time attracting youth to attend church. Most youth that attend church are part of youth ministries that tend to disconnect them from other adults in the church and their pastor.
Unfortunately, this disconnect is preventing youth from tapping into one of the greatest resources they have to locate mentors, learn new skills, and serve the Lord. On this episode of the Digital Parent Podcast, PR Coach Pam Perry and I discuss how teens can use church participation and service to brand themselves as experts.
Pam Perry is an award-winning communications professional. She has been called by Publishers Weekly a “PR Guru” and featured in many major publications, and on more than 100 radio and TV programs. Pam Perry also has a 20-year career expertise in marketing, public relations and journalism in Detroit.
Her clients have been featured on CNN, TBN, The Word Network, Radio One, Oprah Magazine, Tom Joyner Morning Show, Essence, Ebony, Black Enterprise, PBS – and many other major media outlets. Pam Perry clients have been offered major publishing contracts, and have created successful full-time careers as “authorpreneurs” earning six-figures.
Known as the master of connecting the right people, for the right project, at the right time – Pam Perry works hard to help her clients brand (and get paid) like a superstar. For more information, visit www.pamperrypr.com.
Questions I Asked Pam Perry About Church:
- How Can Teens Create a Brand for College
- What Are the Ways to Use Church Volunteer Work To Impress Colleges
- Is it possible for Teens to use Church Volunteer Work on Resumes
- How Can Teens Use Ebooks to Make Money
- Should Teens Create Online Courses to Market Themselves
In this Episode, You Will Learn:
- How Churches Allow Teens to Test Out Their Ideas
- How to Use the Church to Gain Copywriting Skills
- How Churches can Help with College Essays
- How to Build Authority with Ebooks
- How to Find Mentors on Linkedin
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