MinistryCOM 2008 in Oklahoma City

August 28, 2008 by

MinistryCOM 2008For the past several months I’ve been looking forward to being at MinistryCOM in Oklahoma City on September 18-19. With less than three weeks to go, the anticipation continues to build. Earlier this month I met with producer extraordinaire Mark Bennardo who is putting together quite the experience. I also spoke earlier this week with MinistryCOM maestro Terrell Sanders (the brain behind the whole event), and he is equally enthused about the great things in store. My prayer for this year’s event has been that church communicators in attendance will be ministered to. A little less “com” and a lot more “ministry.” Pray with me, will you?

Unfortunately, because of some significant recent developments at Foursquare (one of my day jobs), I have had to excuse myself from emceeing this year’s MinistryCOM. What a bummer! I’ll be in New York during MinistryCOM for some just-scheduled strategic meetings with Foursquare leadership.

If you haven’t registered, there is still time. It’s no secret the economy has had an affect on many travel budgets so no doubt you’re hit by it too. The good news is that Oklahoma City is within a long day’s drive of just about anywhere in the U.S. So grab a few friends, load up the iPod, and make it a road trip.

The line-up of workshops and presenters this year is going to be great!

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Brad Abare

Brad Abare is the founder of the Center for Church Communication. He consults with companies and organizations, helping them figure out why in the world they exist, why anyone should care and what to do about it.
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