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Contact: Joshua Cody
CFCC Connects Churches and Communicators
Launches Job Board and Freelance Project Sites
May 4, 2007 – Los Angeles – The Center for Church Communication (CFCC) has recently unveiled a new effort to connect churches and communicators. The Job Lab and Freelance Lab provide a new avenue for churches to connect with creative professionals that can help them in their communications and marketing efforts.
“Churches need talented people helping them to spread the good news,” says CFCC founder Brad Abare. “And talented people need to know how they can help the church. By connecting the two groups we hope churches can improve their communications and ultimately be more effective at telling people about Jesus.”
The new Job Lab and Freelance Lab are the latest from CFCC, whose earlier projects include the flagship blog Church Marketing Sucks and the review community of the Church Marketing Lab. The Job Lab and Freelance Lab provide an easy and powerful marketplace for the exchange of creative services. Churches can advertise job openings or freelance projects, and individuals can find work–in the end churches are better enabled to do their job.
“We hope the Job Lab and Freelance Lab will become a standard part of a church’s hiring and creative process,” says CFCC Labs Director Kevin D. Hendricks. “A church can now find the help they need, whether it’s a full-time job or a one-time project, whether that help comes from down the street or across the world.”
For a limited time all postings to the Job Lab and Freelance Lab are free while the communicators at CFCC work out any kinks and spread the word.
The Center for Church Communication is a non-profit organized by communications professionals who have been serving the church and mainstream clients since 1998. CFCC offers information, resources and advice in an effort to help the church matter. Visit cfcclabs.org for more.