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It was great to be with so many mobile ministry practitioners for three days at the JAARS / Wycliffe headquarters in North Carolina. We had a 300% increase over the last year's gathering.

 

Here is the Executive Summary (if you have difficulty accessing Google Docs, try here). The summary includes links to all the recorded sessions.

Here is 1-minute slide show from our time together.

Here is a list of outcomes and a timeline of next steps.

Here are Antoine’s visual notes of the time.  Antoine's Visual Notes of 2011 Mobile Ministry Consultation.pdf. Quite beautiful actually. Nice job Antoine.

Special thanks to
-   Emily Farrand.  She put a lot of time into coordinating many details (leading up to her relocation date)
-   Jay Clark and MAF.  Truly great job in keeping the technology serving us so well
-   Presenters who did so with only a heavenly reward in mind: Ed U, Brian Russell, Keith Williams, Dave Rogers, Brian Burton, Courtney Roes, Tim Jore, Antoine Wright, Allen Derksen, John Edmiston, Brian Ward, Alex Kerr, Eric Celerier.
-   Those who traveled great distances: Allen Derksen, Alex Kerr, Courtney Roes.
-   Keith, Brad, Tim, Jay on the programming team.
-   Staff at JAARs.
-   Those who joined us remotely!

 

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Comment by Tom Clarke on January 10, 2012 at 10:33am

Great to see a team working on this. As a local promoter needing to get attendees plugged in and disciple this is a huge need. Every kid has a phone now. Now we need them to have the gospel in the phone as a tool for God to work through them. Think local impact by adding events,bible studies,clubs and daily devotions.  Thanks to you all.

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