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Church Leaders Website Offers Free Resources and Contest

Contact: Chris Blumhofer, 630-260-6200; BuildingChurchLeaders.com


CAROL STREAM, Ill., Nov. 7 /Christian Newswire/ -- Only two weeks remain to receive free church training resources as part of the relaunch of BuildingChurchLeaders.com. Producers introduced an online contest for ministry leaders as part of the upgrade and redesign of the website. The game, called Church Builder Challenge, offers players free downloadable training materials for use with deacons and elders, ministry staff, and leadership teams in all kinds of settings. Plus, each day, one player wins a free one-year subscription to the website, BuildingChurchLeaders.com, a $99.95 value.


Building Church Leaders was first a series of training resources produced by the editors of the respected professional journal Leadership to help pastors and church leaders with the serious business of developing lay ministry leaders. Later, the materials were developed for internet distribution. In relaunching the website, producers have added to the wealth of training materials a new blog, fresh advice from leadership experts and pastors, customizable downloads and users’ cabinet space, free articles on leading in the challenging church environment, and more.


The site boasted more than 80,000 visits from over 51,000 unique visitors in September 2007, and its dramatic growth continues as church leaders seek answers and find the resources they need at BuildingChurchLeaders.com.


The contest concludes November 21, 2007.


Christianity Today International was founded by Billy Graham in 1956. The publisher now produces 13 magazines, an award-winning website with more than 30 online-magazine channels and 2.5 million unique visitors per month, and a wide array of internet resources for people of faith.


Graphics from the game are available at www.buildingchurchleaders.com/offer/cbc.