2nd day of conversations
Loads of conversations means less blogging. I recorded a couple of short interviews that’ll be posted over at the Leadership Network book blog in the coming week. Last night I switched location from the thrice-sold-out Multi-Site Conference in Vista to the site of the National Pastors Convention in San Diego. Ran into Tim Conder and Bob Hyatt. Below are 2 video excerpts from plenary sessions of the Multi-Site Conference.
I’ll link over to info for ordering CDs of the full talks if/when they’re available.
Mark Driscoll answers the 1 key question about why they do what they do:
Dave Ferguson describes a benefit of launching a multi-site campus:
One person asked me how I did these videos, thought I’d share my tech tip with all of you too. I used a small dove-bar size digital camera, Pentax Optio S50, which takes normal 2 AA batteries and uses an SD memory card. The camera is circa 2004. There are many digital cameras that have a video mode, great for short video excerpts, YouTube style. I love it for its pocket size, quick playback, and how it uses normal batteries I can buy, so I don’t have to carry a charger. I use a SD memory card reader to quickly download videos to my laptop. Using a free blog website like Blogger or WordPress, a short-term missions team, for example, can report back to home base about in near real-time. Of course, you’d need an internet connection and laptop too.