Annual Report: We Need Your Help

Annual Report: We Need Your Help

January 31, 2012 by

We need your help. As an organization that has delivered thousands of breakthrough moments—those key sparks that frustrate, educate and motivate the church to communicate, with uncompromising clarity, the truth of Jesus Christ—we believe there is even more to be done.  We’ll get to that in a moment.  First, 2011 was a remarkable year and I want to celebrate what took place.  Last year included events such as the launch of Outspoken: Conversations on Church Communication, Creative Missions, more CFCC meetups and the continuation of Cultivate.  I’d encourage you to read the 2011 Annual Report (PDF) and learn about these and many of the other successes that took place.  In addition, as you’ll read in the report, financially CFCC returned to be in good shape after several years of running a deficit.

In speaking with you, the community we serve, the board has committed the year of 2012 to adding more value into the life of church communicators.  We believe there is much more we can accomplish together.  Stay tuned as you’ll hear more about these but a few of the initiatives we would like to tackle include:

  • 101 Church Communicators Certification curriculum
  • Church Communicators Annual Salary, Roles and Responsibilities Survey
  • Coaching/Mentorship
  • Outspoken Conference

Already a few people have raised their hands to volunteer to serve in building these.  Are you able to help serve?  Please let us know as these worthy projects will not be completed without the leadership from volunteers like you.

I want to thank several of the outgoing board members who volunteered their time for one to two years and have helped steer CFCC to a place of health that allows us to pursue new dreams.  2011 was a pivotal year for CFCC and we are encouraged by what God is doing and blessed to serve with you in spreading the good news of Jesus Christ!

Post By:

Drew Goodmanson

Drew Goodmanson serves as CEO of MonkDev, creators of Ekklesia 360, co-founded Kaleo Church where he served as pastor for more than eight years and coached five new church plants in San Diego. Drew also served as the president of the board at the Center for Church Communication, and has spoken at numerous national conferences, written for several magazines and appeared on shows such as CBS Sunday Morning and NPR’s All Things Considered, discussing organizational leadership and the intersection of culture and technology.
Read more posts by | Want to write for us?

Comments are closed.