Communications

I Went to WFX; Now What? (Take the 15-minute Challenge)

Maybe you learned a ton from the booths in the WFX expo hall. There was so much to see and do there. But what are you NOW doing with the knowledge?


Mark MacDonald  ·  October 24, 2017

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I Went to WFX; Now What? (Take the 15-minute Challenge)

So, you went to WFX Dallas a couple weeks ago and learned so much.

Maybe you even felt overwhelmed with all the opportunities and suggestions from the many sessions you attended.

There were some amazing speakers and teachers!

Maybe you learned a ton from the booths in the WFX expo hall. There was so much to see and do there. But what are you NOW doing with the knowledge?

Most people arrive back to their desks and get reintroduced to their ministry world and it consumes again. So now perhaps, you’ve not changed anything and you feel a bit guilty.

Take this 15 minute challenge.

Grab a piece of paper (or open a digital note) and find the notes you made during the conference. Then:

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mark MacDonald
Is a Bible Teacher, speaker, best-selling author of Be Known For Something, and communication strategist for BeKnownForSomething.com. He empowers churches to become known for something relevant (a communication thread) throughout their ministries, websites, and social media. His book is available at BeKnownBook.com and amazon.com.
Contact Mark MacDonald: mmacdonald@ehpub.com ·  View More by Mark MacDonald


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