Kevin Slimp: Developing Effective Communication to Grow Your Congregation
Participants receive a certificate for 1-hour CEU following the online class.
For twenty-five years, Kevin Slimp has been a household name in the world of corporate and United Methodist communications. Having keynoted thousands of conventions and events internationally, Kevin understands the worlds of both corporate and church communications.
As a former annual conference director of communications and current publisher of Market Square Books, Kevin will share tools often overlooked by local churches in reaching out to both the members and the unchurched of their communities.
He will discuss what attracts and what turns away potential visitors. Kevin will lead you to take a look at your printed communications tools, your website and more.
Kevin’s mantra over the past twenty-five years as a popular speaker and consultant has been to learn what actually works, not just what’s popular, in the area of communication.
Near the conclusion of this 60-minute session, participants will be invited to ask questions and share ideas that have worked in their local churches.
Kevin SlimpFounder, Market Square Publishing
From developing the way we print just about everything today, to founding the Institute of Newspaper Technology in 1997, to NewspaperAcademy.com and Market Square Books, Kevin Slimp continually develops programs and methods for an industry too many people call “dead.” Tell that to his thousands of clients and millions of readers.
Kevin is a favorite speaker and trainer in the publishing world. He travels the globe, speaking at conventions related to publishing, news, customer service and more.
Recently referred to as “the most popular speaker among community newspaper publishers” by Publishers Auxiliary and “America’s Consumer Guru” by Across Tennessee. Kevin has been invited to keynote many of the major journalism and newspaper conferences this year.
Kevin created Market Square Publishing as a vehicle to give authors with an important message for the world a platform to be heard and read.