For a person in charge of a church’s communications, it can be tough to find ways to constantly be creative or stay motivated while navigating everything going on in the church and the world.
That’s why Katie Allred said the Church Communications Conference “has your back.”
Set for Sept. 22 in Nashville, the conference offers an opportunity to learn from experts, collaborate in table discussions, develop creative strategies and network with others in the field.
“We just want to equip people with the right tools to share the gospel as effectively as they can,” Allred said.
Allred, the conference’s facilitator, is the founder of Church Communications and moderator of the Facebook group of the same name, an online community of more than 31,000 church communications leaders.
The conference will feature:
- Allred speaking on branding and how to tell your story well
- Todd Adkins, director of leadership development at Lifeway Christian Resources, speaking on processes and how to build better systems
- Dave Adamson, author of “Meta Church,” speaking on church strategy and how to best clarify a message to get the gospel out online
- Jennifer Benton, a social media aficionado, community builder and founder of Jenetic Marketing Group, speaking on creativity and how to bring out the best work in yourself and others.
After each session, participants will have a chance to workshop ideas in a roundtable format.
The conference is “about hearing from speakers and working with each other but also walking away with a communication plan,” Allred said.
Alabama Baptists get a $50 discount with the code ALBAPTISTS. For more information or to register visit churchcommunications.com.