Living through the pandemic challenge has brought an incredible barrage of change to the ways we communicate with each other. Who among us doesn’t wish we had invested heavily in Zoom stock back in early 2020? Faith-based ministries were not exempt from the “forced changes” to the connection and giving routes with supporters/congregants/donors. At Hobson […]
As America wrestles with the fallout from the 2020 election, we examine the aftermath for our country, culture, and families. It’s time for faith and family to reclaim the top priority in our lives and stop giving so much power to politics and media.
As part of our commitment to helping tell “your story,” Hobson Media President Bill Hobson was honored to receive an invitation to help facilitate an important conversation featuring the wisdom and biblical insights of two faith leaders – Pastor Dan Davis and Pastor Chris Pryor. This conversation was presented as a livestream through Hopevale Church […]
The powerful Netflix documentary, “The Social Dilemma” delivered a barrage of troubling information and insights from the very same people who designed the various social media channels to which we are addicted. So what can we do to break free? Here are 3 important ideas from Bill Hobson of Hobson Media.
After football cancellations and postponements across America, there are devastated Football families from coast to coast. Here’s our encouragement and a trio of thoughts for Dads & Sons as they try to move forward this fall.
You have a dream, a plan, a vision. Now what? How do you take your organization from where it is, to where you believe it should be? Here’s the good news: You CAN get there! For all those CEOs and Executive Directors frustrated by the lack of support for your Strategic Vision, this […]
Has your primary objective, goal, or path been slowed to a crawl because of distractions? Is your organization suffering because of outside noise and the temptation to reach for every shiny object that comes along? Let this real life story serve as a reminder – there is great danger in distraction…and great potential harm to […]