Hi, I’m Justin.

I’m the founder of DOXA Media, a communications consultant group specializing in public relations, social media, and content management for ministries, churches, and non-profits.

I have over 13 years of experience in marketing, advertising, and communications. Most recently I led the content and communications teams for over three years at one of the largest and fastest growing churches in America.

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If you’re interested in church communications, PR, or social media, then I hope I can be a blessing to you.

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My Blog

Let Your Words Be Few

Here’s a daily devotion of mine that they published on marshill.com a few days ago. I hope it’s helpful for you.  “Guard your steps when you go to the house of God. To draw near to listen is better than to offer the sacrifice of fools, for they do not know that they...

5 Tips for Celebrating Father’s Day After Dad Dies

About five months ago my father passed away unexpectedly after suffering a heart attack. As Father’s Day approaches, I’ve been wrestling with the conflict between allowing the day to be an exciting and joyful day where my kids get to shower me with homemade gifts and...

5 Reasons I Hate Talking on the Phone

A lot of people will read this and call me insensitive and impersonal, claiming that Facebook and the Internet are ruining relationships, and life as we know it. Those people usually drive a Prius, and don’t eat bacon. I’m not sure how that’s relevant, it’s just what...

I’d love to work with you.

I’d love a chance to help your ministry, church, or organization accomplish your communications goals.

If you’re interested in working together, I’d love to talk.

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Ministry Communicators Association

Do you work in communications?

I founded the Ministry Communicators Association as way to provide resources and training for fellow communications professionals working for ministries, churches, and non-profits.

Learn more at ministrycommunicators.com