If you’re a deal-chaser, I’ll level with you: You’re about to get a steal.
Along with Tim Schraeder and Kem Meyer, I’ll be teaching at Exponential this year. We’re each leading individual sessions during the actual event, but we’re team-teaching a session at the Expo precon that you will definitely want to be a part of. Kem and Tim are there to teach you what’s up. I’m just there for the eye-candy (SNAP!).
I can assure you that this will be an ultra-intimate setting where you will get top-tier content from me, Kem and Tim. If you’re going to be at Exponential, you won’t want to miss it. I swear you’ll be kicking yourself later if you do. Like, right in the face.
The details break down like this:
Best Practices in Church Technology and Communications – Facilitated by Justin Wise, Tim Schraeder, Kem Meyer
The church has the greatest story ever told, unfortunately we don’t always do a great job of sharing it with others. In today’s hyper-connected world we need to know how to use mediums of today to communicate the timeless message of the Gospel in way that’s relevant to reach our culture. This prelab will bring together some of the leading voices that are shaping and influencing the ways churches communicate and give you the opportunity to discuss and dialogue how we can steward the opportunity we have to share the greatest story ever told with clarity. Panelists include: Kem Meyer, Granger Community Church; Tim Schraeder of the Center for Church Communication; and Justin Wise, Social Media Director for Monk Development. These proven practitioners will share their insight, share how they’ve implemented significant change in their unique contexts and give you next steps to create a communications strategy for your church.
Doesn’t that sound like fun? I think so. I think you should be there. So much so that I’m going to offer you a link. This link. It will take you to a place where you can confirm your participation in all the fun and excitement. Word on the street is that you can get some dough knocked off your registration by entering the deviant at check out.
I’d love to see you in Orlando. So would Kem. And Tim. Let’s be friends!