About Caroline Hearn

Caroline is a Content Specialist for The Unstuck Group. She is a graduate of The University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communication. She is involved with her local church in Athens, GA as well as other local ministries. She is passionate about leveraging communication strategies for helping churches experience growth!

Now Hiring: Fall 2018 Communication & Sales Interns

Do you know a student who has a passion for the Church and for excellent communication or sales?

The Unstuck Group has an internship program for college students who are passionate about the mission of Jesus and helping the Church get unstuck. We are now accepting applications for our Fall 2018 Marketing & Communications Intern and Sales Intern positions.


By |2018-07-03T00:23:34-04:00June 21st, 2018|Communications|0 Comments

Leadership Podcasts: What Our Team’s Listening To

A few weeks ago, we posted a few podcast recommendations from our team members.

Today, we’re back with more. These podcasts episodes feature topics we are really passionate about—discipleship, culture and hospitality. Check out what our team is listening to this week.


By |2018-06-04T10:09:32-04:00June 5th, 2018|Leadership|0 Comments

This New Online Tool Will Help You Lead an Unstuck Church

Over the past few months, our team has been working to create a new tool to help church leaders gain confidence to break the barriers to health and growth in their churches—something that prepares them to address 12 common challenges when leading a ministry.


By |2018-05-21T18:05:20-04:00May 22nd, 2018|Leadership|0 Comments

Unifying Your Church Board: Why This Is an Important Change

Meetings on meetings on meetings—that’s how it can feel sometimes, right? With consuming meetings and multiple boards ruling decisions in the church, Jeff Coleman and his team wanted to make a change.


By |2018-04-24T15:26:58-04:00May 2nd, 2018|Leadership|0 Comments

3 Principles for Strategic Growth

To lead something from good to great takes grit. Despite knowing this, I can often find myself knowing what it takes to get somewhere, but hesitant to move forward.

I’ll lose progress.

I’ll fail.

I’m not sure I’ll still be moving in the right direction.

Instead of taking action, fear takes control, I stay complacent and progress ceases.

Can you relate?


By |2018-04-27T16:10:19-04:00April 5th, 2018|Leadership|0 Comments