It’s the beginning of a new year and a great time to rethink how your church communicates. If you are within driving distance of Fredericksburg, Texas, I invite you to join me on January 21 at 1:45 pm. I will be offering a new workshop called, “How Does Your Church Communicate? Cutting through the Clutter.”
In this 90-minute session, open to anyone connected to a Rio Texas Annual Conference church*, we will look at the different methods we use to communicate and how we can be more effective. The first 45 minutes will focus on communications within the church. How can our internal communication help us focus on our common vision as a church? The second half will look at how we communicate beyond the walls of the church. How can our church be a part of sharing the Gospel in our communities?
The session is part of the Hill Country District’s annual Equipping the Saints training event. Robert Schnase, Bishop of the Rio Texas Annual Conference will be presenting the keynote address at noon over lunch. Lunch is optional for $12. Otherwise, the workshops are free. If you want to sign up for a meal, the information is here:
Walk-ins are welcome but, if you can, preregister for my workshop online and there is a bonus for pre-registering!
Register for the workshop online by
Wednesday, January 18 Friday, January 20, and attend the event, and I will send you the Kindle version of Kem Meyer’s fantastic book, Less Chaos. Less Noise: Effective Communications for an Effective Church. Don’t worry if you don’t have a Kindle. You can read Kindle books with the free app for iPhone, Android, PC or Mac.
If you already registered for Equipping the Saints, you can still use the online registration to obtain your copy of the book.
*If you are not connected to a Rio Texas Annual Conference church, and you are still interested, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know your situation.