Tagged: meetup

Connecting offline on Social Media Day

Connecting offline on Social Media Day

Today, June 30th, marks Social Media Day, as called by Mashable.com, a leading social media news blog. The revolution of social media is that everyone has a voice that could be heard by everyone else (and actually, anyone could have...

bloggers meetup / tweetup lunch 1/27

bloggers meetup / tweetup lunch 1/27

join us for lunch at the food court of The Shops at Willow Bend on Tues 1/27 in Plano (north Dallas) -> info + rsvp at twtvite.com/43vxt8 . 27 people have already RSVP’d. You don’t have to be a blogger...

1-day event for SoCal English Ministry Pastors 2/25/09

1-day event for SoCal English Ministry Pastors 2/25/09

The following event is being hosted by the Fellowship of American Chinese Evangelicals (FACE) and you’re invited! The email below is posted with permission. This is one of those rare opportunities to glean from the life experiences of older English-speaking...

What is Church 2.0?

What is Church 2.0?

Greg Atkinson has been more than zealous during the past year or so in hosting local forums. At these meetups, he’s connected church leaders with one another and surfaced stories of creativity and innovation among followers of Christ. And he’s...

one night in Chicago

one night in Chicago

Here in Chicago to drop in on the Evangelical Covenant denomination’s Midwinter Conference at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare. Came in last night instead of the afternoon b/c my flight was delayed for 3 hours due to inclement weather at O’Hare,...

speaking on Asian American churches

speaking on Asian American churches

I’m brewing and stewing on a new talk titled, “Revitalizing Asian American Churches For New Generations,” which will presented to about 100+ mostly Asian American ministry leaders. I thought of using a word like “reimagining” or “rethinking” or “reinventing”, but...

mobile broadband for internet anywhere

mobile broadband for internet anywhere

Wireless mobile technology is almost good enough to make internet (almost) anywhere, in the 100+ larger metropolitan areas around the USA. I might be jumping the gun here, but individuals (and not businesses only) should be able to easily get...