Last week the second Creative Missions trip went to Northwest Arkansas and Joplin, Mo., to help churches improve their communications.
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Firestarter returns with the recognition of Substance Church in Minneapolis. With 116% small group attendance, Substance is doing something right.
We welcome James Martin to the board and say goodbye to out-going members Maurilio Amorim, Dawn Nicole Baldwin, Scott McClellan and Kent Shaffer.
The 2011 annual report includes updates on where we’ve been, financial reports, a history of the organization, bios of our team and an update from Board President Drew Goodmanson.
The Center for Church Communication says goodbye as founding board member Phil Cooke and former executive director Cynthia Ware both step down from the board.
We are thrilled to announce the release of our first book, Outspoken: Conversations on Church Communication.
Staff changes are always a difficult and we get a double whammy with longtime coworkers, collaborators and friends Michael Buckingham and Joshua Cody moving on.
The Center for Church Communication (CFCC) annual report for 2010 is now available, capturing our purpose, vision and organizational details.
Creative Missions is coming to Albany, N.Y. this spring to help churches communicate better: “It’s like an Extreme Church Makeover!”
The Center for Church Communication is organizing a number of informal meetups at church marketing events around the country this year. “Conversations matter,” says Tim Schraeder.
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