Ministry Excellence – Cynthia Ware interview, Executive Director, Center for Church Communications

We recently had the chance to sit down with Cynthia Ware and discuss her views on excellence in online ministry. Cynthia serves as the Executive Director of the Center for Church Communications whose popular blog Church Marketing Sucks provides a place for conversation on elevating the quality of church communications. Cynthia is a leading thinker in the Internet ministry space. She is presenting at the 2010 CLA...

The Case for Excellence – Providing Strategic Clarity

We’re continuing our series building a case for excellence in online ministry. Today Dr. David Bourgeois explores how excellence can help ministries navigate through the chaotic environment of the Internet with strategic focus. If you are a ministry leader interested in achieving excellence online we’d love to hear from you. You can learn more about the Excellence in Online Ministry project. Click here...

Ministry Excellence – Eric Célérier interview, Founder of TopChrétien.com and GodRev.com

If you’ve been following this site, you know that we are working to develop a concept of excellence in online ministry. The first stage of this research project was to ask those leading successful online ministries what they think about excellence. Eric Célérier has a passion for souls for God. He feels called by God to use the Internet to love people. Eric first started using the Internet as a tool to...

Ministry Excellence – Dr. Richard Krejcir interview, Director of “Into Thy Word”

We recently had the privilege of talking with Dr. Richard Krejcir about how he strives for excellence with his group of websites, which include Into Thy Word, Church Leadership, and Discipleship Tools. Dr. Krejcir has been doing ministry for over thirty years, moving online as an Internet pioneer in 1994. Dr. Krejcir was very enthusiastic to hear about our focus on helping ministries achieve...

The Excellence in Online Ministry Project

The Internet revolution is just beginning. Yes, I know that the Internet had its fortieth “birthday” this year, but I believe that we are just now in the beginning stages of an inflection point in history, one which is being driven by the Internet and associated technologies. As Christians, we must be at the forefront of this revolution. It is imperative that we understand fully how we can utilize these tools,...

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