I’m back, and what a fast two weeks this has been. I thought I would have had a few cycles over the last two weeks to produce a tutorial, yet that certainly wasn’t the case.
Nevertheless, I traveled to Las Vegas for a conference while playing catch up with a number of projects.
Now that I’m caught up on other projects, I can now catch up with CCB Tutorials.
If your church is loving, living, and leading from Christ-centered community, then this very question has crossed your mind at some point, if not at the forefront of your mind in this current season of ministry.
Today’s tutorial sheds light and somewhat answers the posed question.
I say somewhat because the Church Community Builder (CCB) API service, individual_groups, returns a list of all groups a specified individual is associated with.Read This Tutorial
This week’s tutorial will focus on how to retrieve position list and a list of position holders for the respective position list.Read This Tutorial
It’s a new week, new year and time for a new CCB Tutorial. I hope and pray that each of you have had a blessed Christmas and Holiday spent with family and friends.
But as time off comes to an end, it’s time to settle back into the groove of family and work in the year.
It’s only a few days before Christmas, and things are moving at a pace faster than I would like.
Nevertheless, I managed to slip in a bit of time to produce yet another CCB API Tutorial.
In this week’s edition, I’m sharing how to access and retrieve a list of mobile carriers via the CCB API’s mobile_carrier_list. Read This Tutorial