A Christian marketing network is a group of people who have agreed on a shared philosophy.
They meet regularly for weekly sessions in person or via email.
The group’s members are called Christian Marketing Partners (CMPs), and they all have the same mission: to help people earn money by promoting their own Christian values.
The goal of CMPs is to promote the “good news” that their Christian values are the “truth” and not “hate.”
The Christian marketing industry is worth nearly $1 billion a year and accounts for nearly 25% of all income generated by Christians in the United States, according to a 2014 Pew Research Center study.
CMPs are a subset of the larger Christian marketing world, which includes churches, synagogues, and mosques.
CMPSs often hire the services of Christian marketing firms, such as P.T. Barnum, to market their products and services.
The company behind CMPs, Christian Marketing Networks (CMN), is a private company founded in 2001 and based in the New York City area.
CMN has grown to a billion-dollar company with more than 1,000 employees in more than 50 countries.
CMNs revenue is largely generated by selling their products directly to customers.
CMNP CEO Michael T. Smith said in a statement that his company was created “to bring God’s message of love to the world.”
His statement included a disclaimer that CMN had no affiliation with Christian marketing networks.
The Christian Marketing Association (CMA) is a non-profit that represents more than 2,000 Christian marketing companies in over 75 countries.
CMA CEO John R. Stolte said in an interview with Christian Broadcasting Network that the CMA was created to help Christians “promote their own faith.”
He added that the group’s mission is “to provide the best possible information and information for people to make a decision for themselves and for their families.”
The CMA, which does not have a specific policy on selling your own brand, does allow CMNs to offer a “marketing package,” or a bundle of products, that includes the CMNP’s products.
But according to the CFA, there is no such requirement for CMN clients.
CMNB’s mission statement also states that “CMN is not the sponsor of any sponsored event or promotion.”
In fact, CMN’s mission also states: “The CMN mission is to empower the Christian community to live and lead the way, with God’s help, in the face of evil, adversity, and suffering.
The CMN team strives to empower Christians to do the same.”
CMN is part of the Christian Marketing Alliance, which also includes groups like the Christian Broadcasting Networks, The Leadership Institute, The Southern Baptist Convention, and The World Evangelical Alliance.
According to CMA spokesman John Stoltes statement, CMNP members include members of churches, temples, mosques, Christian organizations, and other organizations.
“The purpose of CMN for us is to serve as a platform for the Christian leadership community to communicate with one another, to reach out to the public, and to build bridges of trust between those who share our values,” Stolts statement reads.
Stoltts statement also says CMN provides “a wealth of resources to help you build a more complete Christian portfolio, including personal and professional resources and guidance.”
CMNs website states that CMNP is an “established leader in the market” for marketing “religious products” and that it “stands ready to help clients create and promote their own branded Christian products.”
The CMNP says its services are available to churches, mosques and synagogue leaders, “and all individuals who want to help evangelize.”
The website also states “we are committed to being a positive voice for our faith in the marketplace.”
CMNP declined to be interviewed by Newsweek for this story.
The list of CMNP partners can be found here.