M2Live in Chicago with a Discount

September 23, 2010 by

The M2LIVE guys, Sean McAtee and Matt Carlisle, have recently launched a series of webinars designed to focus on social media and its impact on the church. You can view all their webinars on the M2LIVE Archive Link and check out a host of partners, colleagues and media professionals (including yours truly) who have a vested interest in church communications.

The guys who run M2Live are awesome and their mission is simple—to help the church benefit from online media in ministry. Whether it’s technology, web development or social media, these guys are determined to resource Christian professionals who are passionate about how the church communicates.

When M2LIVE realized what an audience they were building, they decided they could best serve their community by taking their resources on the road. They launched the M2LIVE National Tour.  They’re  bringing live speakers, resources and training opportunities to a city near you.

First stop Chicago on October 8-9, 2010 at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. Speakers include communication specialists Tony Steward from LifeChurch.tv, our own board member, Kem Meyer, and one of our Regional Network Coordinators, Justin Wise.

Best of all, as part of the Church Marketing Sucks community, we can offer you a 10% discount!  Even better, M2LIVE will give $20 to our nonprofit parent organization, the Center for Church Communication, for everyone who signs up using our discount code . Translation: You benefit, we benefit and the church benefits.  You can register now and use the code “CFCC”.

M2Live is also coming to Raleigh, N.C. on November 12-13 and Orlando on June 10-11, 2011, and that 10% discount and $20 for CFCC still applies.

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Cynthia Ware

Cynthia Ware is a communication professional with a nonprofit consulting background. The former executive director of the Center for Church Communication, she currently works at Pepperdine University, a Malibu, Calif., non-profit, where she is the director of the annual giving program, leading the university community in resourcing students to lead lives of service, purpose and leadership.
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