Review Meredith Goulds splendid book combines spiritual wisdom with practical experience to help professional and lay communicators represent the church in society. If congregations and denominations heeded her advice there would be less conflict and more understanding among religions and between faith communities and the media. I thank God for her skill, humor, and hope. Quentin J. Schultze, Ph.D., Executive Director, Gainey Institute for Faith and Communication, Calvin College --Blurb from reviewerThe Word Made Fresh invites us to look at church communications as an essential Scripture-based, Gospel-inspired, and Christ-centered ministry. Rooting us firmly in Scripture and an understanding of communications practices and pitfalls, Gould challenges us to analyze all forms of church communication for their effectiveness in proclaiming Christ to the world. Rev. Susan M. Lang, Director, RevWriter Resources, LLC, church consultant, and author of numerous church leadership resources including Our Community: Dealing with Conflict in Our Congregation --Blurb from reviewerThe Word Made Fresh is essential reading for anyone who is or wants to be involved in church communication. Frederick H. Gonnerman, author, Getting the Word Out: The Alban Guide to Church Communications --Blurb from reviewer Read more
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