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MinistryCom 2006 Recap

September 13, 2006 by

“Definitely a home run!” sums up the overall reaction of attendees at this past week’s MinistryCom Conference in Phoenix. The second annual conference hosted speakers from all over the globe who were brought together to share insight into the increasingly complex world of communication. Our very own Brad Abare spoke at the conference giving a workshop entitled “Return to Sender”. We also hosted the first ever CFCC Get Together, featuring a few folks from the Church Marketing Lab talking it up with Brad over lunch.

So if you didn’t make it out to Phoenix, we’ve done the next best thing for you: compile a list of links to check out blog postings about this past week’s MinistryCom conference. And if you did make it out, relive the memories by posting your thoughts.

From what we’ve read so far, it was a huge success and has made an impact in so many lives. Read on and feel free to jump into the conversations.

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Elizabeth has worked in the advertising/media industry for two years and recently broke into the realm of Internet marketing. Elizabeth spends her free time with family and learning about all things advertising and culture and currently attends Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas.
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6 Responses to “MinistryCom 2006 Recap”

  • Greg Atkinson
    September 14, 2006

    I blogged on my thoughts of MinistryCOM. You can check it out here: http://churchvideoideas.wordpress.com/2006/09/13/reflections-on-ministrycom/


  • Greg Atkinson
    September 15, 2006

    I blogged about my experience at MinistryCOM.


  • Matt Holley
    September 18, 2006

    MinistryCOM was an incredible experience, and I look forward to going next year. The speakers were very insightful and helped spurr me into developing practical processes for communication at my church. Being new in the communications position, it was a great opportunity for me to see what all went on behind the scenes, and what processes people use to be most effectice for God. The weekend really opened my eyes to a great world of possibilities ahead. Thank you MinistryCOM for delivering.


  • Jeremy.Scheller
    September 18, 2006

    Had a monster week last week, but I’m just starting to blog about it on my brand new vox blog. I’ll probably continue to talk about it for the next few weeks, as we try implementing some of the takeaways…
    http://www.jeremyscheller.vox.com


  • New Events Lab Coordinator

    Say hello to our new Events Lab Coordinator, Elizabeth Anchondo. She answered the call and stepped up to run our Events Lab. She’ll be keeping our events calendar updated and helping with events coverage, like the recent MinistryCom write-up on…


  • Fundraiser
    January 18, 2007

    A few questions from a blog idiot
    How do you keep the spammers from eating you alive? i\’ve seen blogs with nothing but spam postings.
    How do you keep some left wing extremist from posting racist or defamatory rhetoric? and if you cant stop them, what are you legally liabel when they do?
    can viruses be posted to blogs?



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