"Whuduhya think?" (or some other similar question) and then an image...
It is critical to understand the project you are working on to offer advice..
This includes audience, size of church, where it will be displayed, the parameters given, feedback received. Anything that you filled out with the brief it is client work, or that you know about your church if it is in-house.
For instance (from an outside of the church perspective)
A Nordstrom style logo would be ripped to shreds for a new campaign with NIKE. UNLESS the campaign was targeting middle aged men and women who have a lot of money asking them to purchase something that would help them manage their busy business life with their desire to live actively.
Context is everything. Design has very little with what looks good (although important) and a whole lot to do with whether it fits the context and intended audience.
Next time your work goes 3 days without a glance or comment, ask yourself if you've provided enough information for a proper critique.
Or if you'd like any advice straight up, contact a designer you admire. I frequently ask Kenny Miracle, Joe Cavasos, Rich Aguilar, Douglas Shelton, and Colin Harmon for their advice. Typically they add one piece of advice and it brings my work to the next level.