Book Description

Review Meyer takes a candid look at the stupid barriers that prevent progress and explains how to tear them down. By reading this book, evangelists in churches, non-profits, and businesses can learn to connect with the head, heart, and gut of their customers and employees and then change the world. --Guy Kawasaki, author of Reality Check and co-founder of Alltop.comPractical, insightful, even breathtaking at times. If your communications are failing to communicate, this book is a fabulous place to start. --Seth Godin, author of TribesThe greatest message ought to be communicated in the most memorable ways. And, Kem Meyer will show you how to do it. This book is both inspirational and practical. A must read for those who care about communicating the message of Christ in the most compelling way possible. --Mark Batterson, Lead Pastor, National Community Church and Author of In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day Read more About the Author Kem used to think church was for out-of-touch people who just needed to get a life. Now? She believes the local church is the hope of the world--it just needs some help. She believes it so much that after a 15-year career in corporate communications, Kem left the marketplace to join the staff team at Granger Community Church. As the churchs Communications Director, Kem leads creative, information and technology teams to champion a clutter-free, cohesive and unified experience across departments and campuses. While her faith is primary in her life and what drives her to achieve more, she doesnt believe in huddling inside church walls. Shes an advocate for applying these same principles and insights in businesses, schools, not-for-profits or any organization struggling to find ways to get the word out and, simply, do better. Join Kem on her blog: Read more