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Communication

Mandate

Ephesians 4:29

“Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which us good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers”.

EG. White. Evangelism, pg. 128

"The character and importance of our work are judged by the efforts made to bring it before the public.“

 

Conviction

We believe as the communications department that God has placed upon us a great and solemn responsibility to assist every worker at the TOC office to effectively communicate, within and beyond the TOC borders effectively; properly, maintaining our church brand and communicating the love and sacrifice of our Saviour Jesus Christ.

At a time where the reputation of the church has been tainted less of integrity and many voices seek to rise as official, we understand it to be our role to ensure that our communication must be correct, true, and builds a bridge of hope to all those we come across.


Commitment

We are committed to be our best and ensuring that the TOC family never remains in the dark, but through all means possible, make it possible for the office, workers and the entire church share the right information. We have made it our burden that the stranger within our gates, should never be compelled to return without help or attention, but that we can be of help even in our absence, by placing measures of help that all may be saved.

Plea

We ask for your prayers and support as we undertake this task of serving you and doing our earnest part in His vineyard!

Purpose

The communications department seeks to build bridges of hope while it endeavours to create a favourable image of the church and its mission, life, and activities that will encourage people to become followers of Christ.

These bridges may be accomplished by building trust among groups of people by the sharing of accurate information using contemporary technologies and methods of communication to reach the diverse audiences, both within and without the church, with an open, responsible, and hope-filled communication program.