CFCC is proud to introduce the first effort of project catalyst Tim Schraeder: a brand new book, Outspoken. We introduce the project and let you know what to expect.
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Today we round out our 2010 Firestarters by looking at a church that’s leveraging social media for good and another that makes things happen on a proverbial dime.
Today’s Firestarters have guts and grace. Each one is choosing to relate and communicate to their surrounding community in a brand new way.
Today’s Firestarters are changing the church communications game digitally and challenging what it means to “be” the church.
Today’s Firestarters include a church with a keystone worship and arts ministry and a church that seeks to fulfill the mandate of Micah 6:8.
Each day we’re going to spotlight two of the 2010 Firestarters. Today’s it’s Bloom in St. Paul, Minn., and The Gateway Church in Des Moines, Iowa.
The Center for Church Communication is proud to announce the launch of Firestarter. It’s an initiative to recognize churches that are excelling in brilliant communication.
Say hello to the newest members of the Center for Church Communication team: Tim Schraeder and Justin Wise. They’re our new project catalysts, which means they make things happen.
Earlier this year we announced the Regional Network Coordinators, a network of people to help the Center for Church Communication (CFCC) better connect to local churches.
In January we officially announced the first ever executive director for the Center for Church Communication, Cynthia Ware. We sat down with Cynthia to find out more about her role.
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