Jill McKinnon shares key insights regarding technology’s place in ministry. The recorded session is above. The keynote is below.
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Jay Clark of Mission Aviation Fellowship – Learning Technologies, gives this presentation about the challenges of creating mobile digital libraries. [slides]
Ten Things the Biblical Story Teaches us About Technology. John Dyer [slides]
Casey Luke Short offers a strategy for making content available for mobile media. slides.
What we can learn from other corporate, government and nonprofit initatives to fulfill our church planting mission. David Metcalf, PhD [Slides]
This 35 minute presentation will help you evaluate potential tools and ways to do mobile ministry “off-the-grid” to enable greater security, privacy and reach in your mobile ministry outreach. [slides]
In this plenary presentation from MMF 2012 in Orlando, Ed, a security expert, shares the reality of how insecure mobiles are, the kinds of information that governments, telecommunications companies, and others can learn from your phone usage, and other insights about mobiles and security.
In this 40-minute workshop session from the 2012 Mobile Ministry Forum consultation in Orlando, Courtney Roes steps participants through the ins & outs of implementing an SMS-based outreach campaign. [slides]
Video from Keith Williams’ 2012 MMF Consultation keynote presentation dealing with game-changing technology/media advancements that will impact ministries in the coming five to ten years. A look at what can possibly happen at the intersection of human nature and new technology. [slides]
Frank Preston is a recognized expert in the formation Jihadist movements. Drawing on his extensive field research in this area, and on his experience as a church planter, he shares valuable insights on how such movements utilize media and mobiles to enhance their effectiveness. He also suggests ways that we can apply these insights in […]