Executive Director Chuck Scoggins Resigns

Executive Director Chuck Scoggins Resigns

November 17, 2017 by

Our nonprofit parent, the Center for Church Communication, is sad to announce the resignation of Executive Director Chuck Scoggins.

“I love this organization and want nothing but the best for it,” says Chuck. “I will continue to be one of your biggest cheerleaders and look forward to serving in new ways soon.”

Although Chuck’s resignation was unexpected, it does come as the board is considering the future of CFCC and its focus.

“Chuck came to us with a heart to serve the church,” says board chair Brad Abare. “He selflessly delivered. His practical and humble approach has served this organization well.”

Chuck officially stepped into the role of executive director in 2014. He’s led us through a number of projects, including the highly successful book, Unwelcome: 50 Ways Churches Drive Away First-Time Visitors by Jonathan Malm; our series of Intensive training events; and the launch of our Courageous Storytellers Membership Site.

Before officially serving as executive director, Chuck volunteered in multiple capacities. He essentially worked his way into the executive director role.

Chuck will continue his work to help churches—in fact, you can catch him at the upcoming That Church Summit in January 2018 or at The First Impressions Conference that he’s helping to organize coming in May.

A replacement for Chuck has not been named and the CFCC board will continue to deliberate in the midst of this time of transition.

We’re sad to see Chuck go, and we are grateful for his above-and-beyond posture, both now and even as we transition. We wish him the best and pray that this is not the end of the story, even if it is the conclusion of a chapter.

The Center for Church Communication board of directors will continue to guide the organization forward, and will determine the future of the executive director role at a later time.

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