The Religion Communicators Council exists to spread the good news to the world. Its members come from all religious groups and work in various public relations arenas.
The Religion Communicators Council (RCC) hears regularly from a variety of organizations and groups which better the community, promote messages of faith or give tips on how to spread the good word. For February, the Nashville chapter visited Ibis Communications and heard from President & CEO MaryAnne Howland about her personal philosophy and the work that Ibis Communications does on a regular basis.
“The Ibis is the bird of wisdom and symbol of knowledge, an omen of good things to come, the mythical scribe of powerful, transformative and beautiful messages. That’s the Ibis specialty, reaching niche markets across a broad spectrum of demographics, with fluent, resonant, and persuasive communications,” according to ibiscommunications.com.
Howland’s personal philosophy is to include all people and help make the world a better place by serving others.
“The work done through Ibis Communications is awe-inspiring and powerful,” says president of the Nashville RCC chapter and pastor of the Church of Scientology, Rev. Brian Fesler, “This ties right in with the purpose of the RCC in spreading positive messages to a world in need.”
RCC is open to members from all denominations, and the Nashville group includes Baha’is, Christians, Jews, Muslims, Scientologists, and more. For more information about the RCC or their next meeting, visit www.religioncommunicators.org.