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Friday Four: Famous Slogans For Your Church

Been listening to ESPN Radio too much all morning, and it’s a thoughtless Friday, so here are a few fun slogans I’ve heard that you can insert your church’s name into.

Why pay someone to help you when you can just tap into a multi-million dollar marketing campaign? Don’t re-invent the wheel.

Please take these very seriously. NOT!

1. “[CHURCH NAME] – Never Stop Improving”

This is the latest slogan for Lowes Home Improvement, but doesn’t that fit nicely in the church world?

2. “We Are [CHURCH NAME], and We Are Never Neutral.”

Dodge’s new slogan is a great response to Revelation 3:16. “But since you are like lukewarm water, neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of my mouth!”

3. “[CHURCH NAME], Everybody Wins”

JC Penney makes it sound like a hostage situation, but you can redeem it for good. Aren’t we really all victorious in Christ? Bonus if your church’s name is “Victory.”

4. “15 Minutes Could Save You 15% or More”

GEICO Insurance has some great marketing, and lots of slogans, but use this particular slogan for a short sermon on Biblical stewardship. Oh, maybe think about making it a 10 minute sermon instead and talk tithing…

“10 Minutes Could Cost You 10% or More”

*Wildcard: “Good Things Come in 3′s”

McDonalds is using this slogan in Canada. Make it known to your community that your church adheres to the Christian doctrine of defining God in three persons.

What would you add to this list?

If you’re still searching for a good church slogan, check out The Slogan Generator. Why in just seconds I created this beaut for MediaSalt: “MediaSalt. It’s What’s For Dinner.”

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  1. Matt (Reply) on December 2nd, 2011

    That “Do people use smartphones to do dumb things?” GEICO commercial kills me every time.

    Off the top of my head, a couple of old school slogans come to mind:

    “Where’s the beef?” – the beef being the Gospel
    “Time To Make The Donuts” – our relationship with God requires work on our part

  2. Matt (Reply) on December 2nd, 2011

    That “Do people use smartphones to do dumb things?” GEICO commercial kills me every time.

    Off the top of my head, a couple of old school slogans come to mind:

    “Where’s the beef?” – the beef being the Gospel
    “Time To Make The Donuts” – our relationship with God requires work on our part

    More current, the worst slogan ever: “You Are What You Tea” – enough with the puns already, don’t tell people about your church, be the church

  3. Andy M (Reply) on December 2nd, 2011

    Very fun ideas, I reposted this on our fan page. With the slogan generator title: “Think once, Think twice, Think Oasis Retreat”


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