GAiN Europe 2017

GAiN Conferences owe a strong legacy to the Reformation era of 500 years ago. When Tyndale translated the Bible into English his aim was to popularise it so that even the ploughboy in the field could read it for himself.
The enterprising printer who rapidly translated Martin Luther’s 95 thesis from Latin to German saw a call for a theological debate turn instead into the equivalent of a twitter campaign across Europe.
The emphasis was on accessibility. The result was reformation.
How about today?
Join us to explore our legacy and to carry on a re:volution as re:formers here in Europe:  23-26 March 2017, Newbold College, England.

GAiN 2017 is now over. Thanks for attending.  Our next Conference will be in 2018 in the Inter-European Division.

Attendees at the 2017 Conference can find resources from GAiN in the member section of this website.

Read a report of the Conference.

See a photo-gallery on Facebook

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Welcome to the Adventist Communicators Corner of the Trans-European Division (TED) and Inter-European Division (EUD) of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

This place is aimed at providing resources and networking for communication directors, media producers, web pastors and church paper editors.

The main objective of this site is to provide a top quality resources with the purpose to help communicators to accomplish the great mandate of Jesus Christ presented by the motto 'Tell the World' and share the story of Jesus Christ with everyone.


01. Renew your vision and mission
02. Produce news regularly
03. Develop public relations strategy
04. Develop media contacts
05. Update websites and data regularly
06. Harness media for the mission of the church
07. Provide regular training
08. Be creative
09. Nurture small steps towards change
10. Temper criticism with praise
11. Be spiritual and positive
12. Whatever you do, do the best quality

RESOURCES:  Please note, presentations and resources are available to GAiN Europe members only. Members need to log-in to access these resources.


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