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By Jordan Hylden
Whether we have good news, bad news, or complex news to share, the task for Christians is always the same: we are called to communicate the Gospel and the truth of Jesus Christ. This webinar examines how you can communicate issues in your church or institution in a manner that isnt just marketing and politics.
By Christy Shain-Hendricks
This one-hour webinar will introduce a theological and biblical context for seeing and understanding that conflict is essentially relational.
By Rebecca Wilson and Jim Naughton
In this workshop we will focus on how to figure out what you want to say (your message) and who you want to say it to (your audiences), then focus on how the answers to those questions will shape your efforts in communications and evangelism.
By Edmund Harris
This webinar will explore the theme of storytelling as evangelism.
By Sandra Montes y Juan Angel Monge
Este webinario se concentra en los principios generales de liderar un proceso de cambio con efectividad y en las mejores prácticas para hacerlo.
By Miguel Escobar and Brendon Hunter
This webinar focuses on general principles and best practices for leading a change process effectively.
By Neva Rae Fox and Nancy Davidge
This webinar will present ideas for coverage, what to look for, things to consider, calendar of key events, and how the Public Affairs Office can assist you in getting the news you need.
By Melodie Woerman and Nancy Davidge
How can we effectively and efficiently share information with our congregations? Where do we start?
By Donald Romanik
In this webinar, we will explore the call for greater training around conflict for church leaders, ways to care for clergy and congregations who go through these experiences, and the opportunity for clergy and the congregations to give back to the wider Church through this experience.
By Nancy Davidge
In this workshop, youll learn ways to build a communications plan centered starting with your congregations stories of ministry and faith and primarily using resources already in place.