Posts Categorized: CFCC News

Michael Buckingham To Present At HOW

Last week we announced the beginnings of our partnership with HOW, including an invitation they extended to CFCC for doing a workshop at the HOW Design Conference this May 18-21. It’s my pleasure to introduce Michael Buckingham as the presenter for the CFCC session at the HOW conference this year. Many of you know Michael… Reads more »

CFCC Partnering with HOW

The relationship started nearly two years ago when I met HOW magazine editor Bryn Mooth at a conference we were both attending in Chicago. And after the nice little article that ran last December in HOW magazine, I decided to re-visit the conversation and put some ideas out there for a possible partnership. I’m pleased… Reads more »

Announcing the Local Labs

We’re happy to announce that the Center for Church Communication is going local. We’ve just launched the Local Labs, an opportunity to meet up with local church communications folks to share ideas, encouragement and horror stories. Local Labs are meet ups organized by people in your area and give church marketers a chance to get… Reads more »

Internet Ministry Survey

The Center for Church Communication is partnering with Biola University professor Dave Bourgeois and the Internet Ministry Conference to present a research project on how ministries use the Internet. The goal is to explore what organizations are doing online and figure out what works and what doesn’t. The first step in the research project is… Reads more »

Communication Toolbox in Ministry Today

If you check out the November/December issue of Ministry Today magazine you’ll see a new column powered by the Center for Church Communication (that’s us). Communication Toolbox is a new column of church marketing ideas and wisdom that appears in each bimonthly issue of Ministry Today.

CFCC Ad Network, Update

At the end of last year, we announced the CFCC Ad Network. It was slow to get started but it is finally gaining some momentum. If you’re interested in advertising across all CFCC sites, there is still space available through the end of 2007. Although painful for a little nonprofit like CFCC, we have had… Reads more »

Introducing the Job & Freelance Labs

We’re pleased to announce the new Center for Church Communication Job Lab and Freelance Lab. CFCC is now connecting churches and creative professionals in an effort to help the church matter. Churches can now turn to the Job Lab and Freelance Lab to post full-time positions as well as per-project jobs that require a freelancer…. Reads more »

Meet Joshua Cody, CFCC Intern

You may have noticed that our posting frequency has increased a bit on our flagship blog, Church Marketing Sucks. You may also have noticed a new name cropping up in a lot of bylines, Joshua Cody. We thought it time to properly introduce him. Joshua Cody is our intern. He’s a junior at the University… Reads more »

Squidoo Lens of the Year

Squidoo has put together a Lens of the Year list, featuring all the former lenses of the day. We’re pretty happy to have our Church Marketing Sucks lens on the list. It’s a great introduction to who we are and what we do. If you’re familiar with Squidoo’s lists, you know they give you the… Reads more »

Why CFCC is a Smart Online Organization

We were recently listed as one of the top 59 smartest organizations online. It’s quite the compliment, but we thought it might help if we spelled out what we actually do online that makes us so smart. Or smart enough to make the list anyway. Blogging – Church Marketing Sucks is our flagship blog that… Reads more »