|Date||June 18, 2012|
|Time||9:00 am - 3:00 pm|
|Location||George W. Truett Theological Seminary - Room 107|
|Description||Cost: $125/person (lunch is included)|
Presented by the Center for Congregational Health in partnership with George W. Truett Theological Seminary and the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Texas.
Learn why communication is a key practice for a healthy congregation.
The Center for Congregational Health will share an overview of their research on the four key practices for a healthy congregation and the cultural shifts in communication processes.
We will discuss internal communication skills: person-to-person, congregation & staff, feedback, and more--all as the congregation relates to it's own members.
We will share external communication skills: websites, social media, print media, email newsletters, policy, caution and more--all as the congregation relates to its community.
The Conference is led by Bill Wilson, President of the Center, and Natalie Aho, Communications Specialist for the Center.
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|Publisher||George W. Truett Theological Seminary|
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