Last week (March 10th) we recorded a podcast focused on the Church using technology during things like what we are currently experiencing with Coronavirus (COVID-19). At the time of the recording, some countries like Italy in Europe, and cities like Hong Kong were already in lockdown. The United States hadn’t had a single quarantine or closure in, and South Africa was just about announce stringent measures as have other countries since. Please keep that in mind while you listen to the podcast, as a lot has developed in these past 10-days (from today’s publishing).
This week on the podcast we talk about bubbles!
Not the fun kind of bubbles, but the kind of bubbles you want to be careful not to find yourself in. 🙂
When you are looking for solutions, advice — or giving advice on solutions — you need to be mindful of how you approach it.
Technology has changed a lot in the past ten years, and the jump in the past twenty years is even more incredible.
So what kind of impact has that had on missions? What kind of impact has that had on communication, relationships, and connections with friends and family?
The changes have big and the impacts may even be bigger.
Technology: mission fields to neighborhoods. Let’s talk about it!
What do you do when the power goes out?
What do you do when the projector or soundboard doesn’t turn on or a computer doesn’t boot up?
Do you have a backup plan? Does the plan work?
While most hiccups and curveballs can be adjusted for fairly easily, that isn’t always the case! This week on the podcast we get a little bit meta as we talk about — backup / backups.
The New Year kicks off and it feels like it’s time to talk about conferences in 2020.
Are they still relevant? Are they as useful as they should be? Are online conferences better?
This week we discuss we hope this gives you some things to think about it as you plan your personal conference attendance list for 2020.