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    September 30, 2008

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    Abbie

    As an avid collector of knowledge (well, I was before two kids came along 17 months apart), I am looking for some good marketing related books to expand my learning - any suggestions???

    I'm sure some of your great team has specialties - like blogging, website design, aligning marketing pieces to a mission statement, etc. that they would love to write about and I would love to read.

    Oh, and I always love the crazy signs you find! (You should check the one out in our ladies bathroom for a good laugh!!)

    Leanne Shawler

    Hmm, how about how much wood would a woodchuck chuck?

    Or, as crossed my desk yesterday from a vestry member, the importance (or not) of church press kits?

    And yeah, if its your anniversary this week, it just might be time to go all gooey-eyed...

    Jenina

    I rushed here after seeing your FB status only to find that Leah beat me to my suggestion. Great minds think alike.

    Randy Cox

    After reading this post via RSS, I came to the site only to find that Josh had pretty much made my suggestion for me. I want to hear your thoughts on how to assemble a terrific team.

    Josh Gregoire

    I have come to realize that a great organization, such as Fishhook, is more often than not the result of God blessing it with a great team of people.
    I would love to hear some of the stories associated with the men and women that are blessing many of the churches we work with.

    Roland Thomas Gilbert

    I recently wrote a post called "Jesus Is a Hard Sell" - a kind of commentary of the challenges associated with church communications. http://christianjava.wordpress.com/2008/09/23/jesus-is-a-hard-sell/

    I'd love to hear your perspective on the subject. Thanks for all you do.

    Leah Norton

    You can always fall back to listing and discussing your favorite (best-decorated/designed/accessorized) bathrooms to visit (Jeff L. and Jenina - that comment is for you). Actually, isn't your wedding anniversary this Friday? I'd be talking Debbie up if I were you. She's a great lady. Lots to talk up.

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