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CPO is passionate about helping churches and individuals get creative with their communications. In recent years there has been growing selection of Christian colouring books, designed to encourage people to rest, meditate and reflect on God’s word. You might think colouring is a solitary activity but Scripture based colouring is fast becoming a resource for…

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One of Messy Church and Bible Reading Fellowship’s strengths is an commitment to partnership. When we work together it strengthens the church! CPO have been working with BRF for many years often as the ones behind the scenes, equipping Messy Churches to tell communities what’s going on, and developing all kinds of exciting resources to make it…

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Written by Joe Gallant, this post originally appeared on the ChurchTrain blog. As churches and charities, we put a lot of time into social media. Sometimes we put more time than is sensible because we’re not making best use of the tools designed to make social media management easy – but that’s another topic, and…

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Written by Joe Gallant, this post originally appeared on the ChurchTrain blog. *RESISTS THE URGE TO EXCITEDLY TYPE THIS WHOLE BLOG POST IN CAPITAL LETTERS*  Us Brits aren’t always the most excitable bunch. We’re good at being keen, but we’re not great at showing it. We’re especially good at maintaining this calm, collected exterior in…

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The Centre for Theology & Community has a list of sources of local information for churches, such as those mapping poverty or religious affiliation, with questions for churches to use in reflecting on this data. Visit www.theology­centre.org/my­context.

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