The second book that every church leader needs.
A Biblical Approach to Brand Building for Churches and Other Non-Profit Organizations.
By Mike Martin
Includes a foreword by Dr. Matthew L. Stevenson III
About the Book
The Ministry of Branding: A Biblical Approach to Brand Building, is a manual for ministries and organizations for developing a successful brand, with insight on how God views the practice of branding. With biblical references, detailed processes, steps and activities, the author helps even the most novice reader understand the importance of branding and its methods. Completion of this book will set the reader on the path of establishing a lasting brand.
This book is a must-have for pastors, church leaders and entrepreneurs seeking to build a brand that will last.
About the Author
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Mike Martin is a communicator, strategist and brand expert with over 12 years of experience. He works with national companies and organizations in the private and public sectors to build and improve their brand. As both a pastor and a marketing professional, he describes his work as creative ministry. His passion is helping ministries express their kingdom assignment through strategic brand identity. Over his career he has worked with large and small organizations to improve their branding, including the Chicago Housing Authority and All Nations Worship Assembly (ANWA), where he currently serves as the Executive Pastor and Creative Director.
Mike Martin is also the author of Branding is Biblical: A Biblical Approach to Brand Building.
For more info about Mike Martin visit www.meetmikemartin.com
"Much like people, great brands have a name, personality, appearance and character.
They have identity."
- Mike Martin
Advance Praise for The Ministry of Branding
Mike Martin is a creative genius who combines his years of skill and branding revelation into a practical book. He takes the reader on a step by step journey of the necessity and process of branding.
Dr. Matthew L. Stevenson III,
All Nations Worship Assembly