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Virginia Cities Prayer and Update Call - Shared screen with speaker view
Jurie Kriel
01:19:04
https://www.menti.com/eyicma8vst
Richard Young
01:22:36
Any one else have a tool to recommend?
Richard Young
01:22:58
How are you currently building bridges, pastors?
Jim Liske
01:23:11
“Build the bridge in the digital space to the physical space.” (Jurie Kriel)
Jurie Kriel
01:30:38
For those of you leading churches this is a summary of how we are doing church online. Might put a picture to what we spoke about:https://www.facebook.com/876449892498137/videos/211524270134078/
Iris Lundy
01:34:57
Can you add this site in the chat? Thanks
Mac Pier
01:37:18
I'd like to invite everyone to post one application from this content: for example - 1. learning how to use screen sharing for presentations. 2. Alpha is a great resource to invite newcomers into as a follow-up to a church attendance
Jurie Kriel
01:37:30
Mailchimp.com is powerful!
Richard Young
01:37:35
Is Mailchimp free?
Richard Young
01:37:46
HubSpot is another great follow up tool
Richard Young
01:37:53
Calendly.com
Jurie Kriel
01:37:57
@richard only for minor use
Richard Young
01:38:17
@jurie; thanks!
Richard Young
01:38:49
yes thanks also phone number?
Jurie Kriel
01:38:52
jkriel@movement.org
Tyler Prieb
01:38:53
tyler@church.nyc
Ashley Zahorian
01:39:08
ashley@cmax.tv
Jurie Kriel
01:39:15
Jurie Kriel phone 512 803 9858
Richard Young
01:39:26
Thursday at 2pm
Richard Young
01:39:36
jliske@movement.org
Ashley Zahorian
01:39:53
My phone number is 757-619-0061
Richard Young
01:40:04
City Leader Calls from folks around the country
Richard Young
01:40:10
@Ashley... thank you!
Richard Young
01:40:23
GLOO
Tom Sullivan
01:41:03
Thank you Jurie, Tyler, Ashley for covering not only the changing landscape but also reminding us the need for personal connection. Would appreciate your thoughts on whether the younger people will continue to be parts of small groups as many churches are doing or if that is not in their wheelhouse so much.
Ashley Zahorian
01:42:04
My experience is young people actually CRAVE small groups, but done in a way that is comfortable and convenient
Ashley Zahorian
01:43:30
And that the time feels useful and productive
Richard Young
01:44:51
If you want notes and slides from today's call please put your email in here
Jurie Kriel
01:45:20
Depending on the age, method and value added to their lives.People will go a long way to make a human connection.Some ideas:Young Adults - play Drawfull together online (jack in the box games)Students - Host a Minecraft server
Tom Sullivan
01:45:26
psalmist7@comcast.net
Willie
01:45:48
willie.lee@going2collegeisez.com
Richard Young
01:45:59
And you can also put in your email for a follow with Tim Holcomb
Ron Atkinson
01:46:09
Ronald Atkinson, www.GOing2COLLEGEisEZ.com, Tim please alert me to the next session. Thanks
davysaunders
01:46:10
davy@watersedgechurch.net
Carol E
01:46:20
carol.evans1@gmail.com
Ron Atkinson
01:46:39
ronaldjatkinson@gmail.com
Iris Lundy
01:48:53
ijl01@yahoo.com (Iris)
Greg Johnston
01:51:09
coachgregj@gmail.com
Joel Gorelick
01:51:26
Great job and great info! Thanks so much once again.
Tom Sullivan
01:56:10
amen
Deacon Darrell
01:59:40
One very effective means to engage the next generation is to ask a youg adult to help you, develop your social communications platform. When you put them in charge of something, they engage and listen to you share the gospel.
Jurie Kriel
02:08:17
I also have to jump off here in a couple minutes.
Tom Sullivan
02:08:21
Have a blessed day, all!!
Richard Young
02:08:35
Thanks @Jurie
Richard Young
02:09:04
@Tyler... great having you with us!
Richard Young
02:09:45
@Ashley so good have you with us; great insights and practical ideas
Tyler Prieb
02:11:02
I have to log off here, thank you! Please send me an email for any next steps!