A job ad in his denomination's magazine in 1997 caught Jim Cullumber's eye. He applied on a whim and was hired as the Christian Church Foundation's vice president of communications. With 17 years as a newspaper reporter and editor, Cullumber was comfortable with the marketing and communications responsibilities. As a son of a pastor in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and a youth group leader, he was excited to put his skills to work for his church. “The newspaper business is ...

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