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Mobile Ministry Consultation

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Mobile Ministry Consultation

Time: April 7, 2017 at 8:30am to April 8, 2017 at 4:30pm
Location: De Betteld, Zelhelm, Holland
Website or Map: http://mobileministryforum.or…
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Clyde Taber
Latest Activity: Feb 9

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Event Description

We'll have 100 people meet for two days. This is the most strategic gathering of mission practitioners interested in using mobile device tools and strategies for the kingdom of God.

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Program

The 2017 Mobile Ministry Forum Consultation will meet in Zelhem, Holland from Friday, April 7 (8:00 a.m.) to Saturday, April 8 (4:30 pm). The format includes TED-style presentations, discussion, ministry field reports, workshop breakouts and networking time. 

Consultation Objectives

  1. Advocate / Catalyze: Challenge and resource the Church towards investigating and initiating mobile ministry.
  2. Equip: Resource the Church with the knowledge and tools needed for implementing mobile ministry. Provide training on specific areas deemed critical (mobile site development, texting ministry, etc).
  3. Collaborate: Establish and deepen relationships with others active in mobile ministry. Create a context for greater partnering. Advance the work of collaborative projects (in-progress and new initiatives).
  4. Anticipate: Identify and leverage emerging trends and technologies with potential impact on future ministry opportunities.

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