Being Real: The Convoluted Simplicity of Young Adult Ministry

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These are the slides from a short course taught as part of the "Education Beyond the Walls" program at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. The course was held April 11-13, 2011 and was made possible by the generosity of First Presbyterian Church, Bryan, TX.

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  • Being Real: The Convoluted Simplicity of Young Adult Ministry

    1. 1. APTS - Education Beyond the WallsBeing Realthe convoluted simplicity ofyoung adult ministrytwitter: @breyeschow
    2. 2. Road Map for Our Adventure
    3. 3. Road Map for Our Adventure✤ Introductions:
    4. 4. Road Map for Our Adventure✤ Introductions: ✤ Rules and disclaimers
    5. 5. Road Map for Our Adventure✤ Introductions: ✤ Rules and disclaimers ✤ Who’s here today?
    6. 6. Road Map for Our Adventure✤ Introductions: ✤ Rules and disclaimers ✤ Who’s here today? ✤ My introduction
    7. 7. Road Map for Our Adventure✤ Introductions: ✤ Rules and disclaimers ✤ Who’s here today? ✤ My introduction✤ Session 1: Four Generational and Cultural Shifts of Note
    8. 8. Road Map for Our Adventure✤ Introductions: ✤ Rules and disclaimers ✤ Who’s here today? ✤ My introduction✤ Session 1: Four Generational and Cultural Shifts of Note✤ Session 2: Social Media
    9. 9. Road Map for Our Adventure✤ Introductions: ✤ Rules and disclaimers ✤ Who’s here today? ✤ My introduction✤ Session 1: Four Generational and Cultural Shifts of Note✤ Session 2: Social Media✤ Session 3: Institutional Fluidity
    10. 10. Road Map for Our Adventure✤ Introductions: ✤ Rules and disclaimers ✤ Who’s here today? ✤ My introduction✤ Session 1: Four Generational and Cultural Shifts of Note✤ Session 2: Social Media✤ Session 3: Institutional Fluidity✤ Session 4: Mission and Service
    11. 11. Road Map for Our Adventure✤ Introductions: ✤ Rules and disclaimers ✤ Who’s here today? ✤ My introduction✤ Session 1: Four Generational and Cultural Shifts of Note✤ Session 2: Social Media✤ Session 3: Institutional Fluidity✤ Session 4: Mission and Service✤ Session 5: Worship
    12. 12. Road Map for Our Adventure✤ Introductions: ✤ Rules and disclaimers ✤ Who’s here today? ✤ My introduction✤ Session 1: Four Generational and Cultural Shifts of Note✤ Session 2: Social Media✤ Session 3: Institutional Fluidity✤ Session 4: Mission and Service✤ Session 5: Worship✤ Session 6: Last Things and the Parking Lot
    13. 13. Rules and Disclaimers
    14. 14. Rules and Disclaimers✤ NOTES: All slides posted on Slideshare;
    15. 15. Rules and Disclaimers✤ NOTES: All slides posted on Slideshare;✤ BUTT IN: Lots of stuff and I go fast . . . so jump in;
    16. 16. Rules and Disclaimers✤ NOTES: All slides posted on Slideshare;✤ BUTT IN: Lots of stuff and I go fast . . . so jump in;✤ EXPERT: I am not saying much new, but speak from the place where praxis and theory converge . . . my lens is as congregational pastor.
    17. 17. Rules and Disclaimers✤ NOTES: All slides posted on Slideshare;✤ BUTT IN: Lots of stuff and I go fast . . . so jump in;✤ EXPERT: I am not saying much new, but speak from the place where praxis and theory converge . . . my lens is as congregational pastor.✤ STIPULATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS: I use generalities to save time;
    18. 18. Rules and Disclaimers✤ NOTES: All slides posted on Slideshare;✤ BUTT IN: Lots of stuff and I go fast . . . so jump in;✤ EXPERT: I am not saying much new, but speak from the place where praxis and theory converge . . . my lens is as congregational pastor.✤ STIPULATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS: I use generalities to save time;✤ FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/brcpage
    19. 19. Rules and Disclaimers✤ NOTES: All slides posted on Slideshare;✤ BUTT IN: Lots of stuff and I go fast . . . so jump in;✤ EXPERT: I am not saying much new, but speak from the place where praxis and theory converge . . . my lens is as congregational pastor.✤ STIPULATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS: I use generalities to save time;✤ FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/brcpage✤ TWITTER: @breyeschow
    20. 20. Rules and Disclaimers✤ NOTES: All slides posted on Slideshare;✤ BUTT IN: Lots of stuff and I go fast . . . so jump in;✤ EXPERT: I am not saying much new, but speak from the place where praxis and theory converge . . . my lens is as congregational pastor.✤ STIPULATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS: I use generalities to save time;✤ FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/brcpage✤ TWITTER: @breyeschow✤ #whatthehelldoesheknow, #whatever #yadayadayada
    21. 21. Who are you?
    22. 22. Who are you?✤ morning people or night owls
    23. 23. Who are you?✤ morning people or night owls✤ favorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s 90’s
    24. 24. Who are you?✤ morning people or night owls✤ favorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s 90’s✤ ages: under 90, 70, 50, 40, 30, 20
    25. 25. Who are you?✤ morning people or night owls✤ favorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s 90’s✤ ages: under 90, 70, 50, 40, 30, 20✤ role: educators, pastors, elders, students, deacons, members, other . . .
    26. 26. Who are you?✤ morning people or night owls✤ favorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s 90’s✤ ages: under 90, 70, 50, 40, 30, 20✤ role: educators, pastors, elders, students, deacons, members, other . . .✤ childhood traditions: none, catholic, protestant, other
    27. 27. Who are you?✤ morning people or night owls✤ favorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s 90’s✤ ages: under 90, 70, 50, 40, 30, 20✤ role: educators, pastors, elders, students, deacons, members, other . . .✤ childhood traditions: none, catholic, protestant, other✤ geography to ministry: 10 min, 30 min, hour
    28. 28. Who are you?✤ morning people or night owls✤ favorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s 90’s✤ ages: under 90, 70, 50, 40, 30, 20✤ role: educators, pastors, elders, students, deacons, members, other . . .✤ childhood traditions: none, catholic, protestant, other✤ geography to ministry: 10 min, 30 min, hour✤ church longevity guess: till the end, >10, >5
    29. 29. Who are you?✤ morning people or night owls✤ favorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s 90’s✤ ages: under 90, 70, 50, 40, 30, 20✤ role: educators, pastors, elders, students, deacons, members, other . . .✤ childhood traditions: none, catholic, protestant, other✤ geography to ministry: 10 min, 30 min, hour✤ church longevity guess: till the end, >10, >5✤ technology: email, facebook, texter, twitter, foursquare, dropbox
    30. 30. Who is this guy?
    31. 31. Who is this guy?
    32. 32. Who is this guy?
    33. 33. Who is this guy?
    34. 34. Who is this guy?
    35. 35. Who is this guy?
    36. 36. Who is this guy? urban:sf
    37. 37. Who is this guy? urban:sf genX:85y
    38. 38. Who is this guy? urban:sf genX:85y techie:sm
    39. 39. Who is this guy? urban:sf genX:85y techie:sm cultural creative:bobo
    40. 40. Who is this guy? urban:sf genX:85y techie:sm cultural creative:bobo pastor
    41. 41. Who is this guy? urban:sf genX:85y techie:sm cultural creative:bobo pastor
    42. 42. APTS - Education Beyond the Wallssession oneYoung Adultsbeing real: the convolutedsimplicity of young adult ministrytwitter: @breyeschow
    43. 43. Best of Shift Happens The actual clips had to be removed because of size, but that can be found by clicking on the link above.
    44. 44. Road Map for Session One
    45. 45. Road Map for Session One✤ Any pressing questions or comments
    46. 46. Road Map for Session One✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Four Cultural Shifts
    47. 47. Road Map for Session One✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Four Cultural Shifts ✤ Authority and “t”ruth
    48. 48. Road Map for Session One✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Four Cultural Shifts ✤ Authority and “t”ruth ✤ Structure and Adaptability
    49. 49. Road Map for Session One✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Four Cultural Shifts ✤ Authority and “t”ruth ✤ Structure and Adaptability ✤ Influence and Social Capital
    50. 50. Road Map for Session One✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Four Cultural Shifts ✤ Authority and “t”ruth ✤ Structure and Adaptability ✤ Influence and Social Capital ✤ Community and Technology
    51. 51. Road Map for Session One✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Four Cultural Shifts ✤ Authority and “t”ruth ✤ Structure and Adaptability ✤ Influence and Social Capital ✤ Community and Technology✤ Case Study // MBCC
    52. 52. Road Map for Session One✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Four Cultural Shifts ✤ Authority and “t”ruth ✤ Structure and Adaptability ✤ Influence and Social Capital ✤ Community and Technology✤ Case Study // MBCC✤ Questions, Comments and Contact
    53. 53. Cultural Shifts
    54. 54. Cultural Shifts✤ Authority and “t”ruth:
    55. 55. Cultural Shifts✤ Authority and “t”ruth: ✤ from a single source of authority to an open source of discernment.
    56. 56. Cultural Shifts✤ Authority and “t”ruth: ✤ from a single source of authority to an open source of discernment. ✤ so . . . we embrace our belief that we best discern the will of God and mind of Christ . . . together.
    57. 57. Cultural Shifts✤ Authority and “t”ruth: ✤ from a single source of authority to an open source of discernment. ✤ so . . . we embrace our belief that we best discern the will of God and mind of Christ . . . together. ✤ eg . . . how we explore and discern Scripture, politics, culture, worship, decision making, etc. changes.
    58. 58. Cultural Shifts
    59. 59. Cultural Shifts✤ Structure and Adaptability:
    60. 60. Cultural Shifts✤ Structure and Adaptability: ✤ from a mindset of methodology and “steps” to a of spirit of approach and adaptability.
    61. 61. Cultural Shifts✤ Structure and Adaptability: ✤ from a mindset of methodology and “steps” to a of spirit of approach and adaptability. ✤ so . . . we find ways to institutionalize structural fluidity and flexibility.
    62. 62. Cultural Shifts✤ Structure and Adaptability: ✤ from a mindset of methodology and “steps” to a of spirit of approach and adaptability. ✤ so . . . we find ways to institutionalize structural fluidity and flexibility. ✤ eg . . . how we structure our communal lives, congregation, session, presbyteries, synods, general assembly, etc. will change.
    63. 63. Cultural Shifts
    64. 64. Cultural Shifts✤ Influence and Social Capital:
    65. 65. Cultural Shifts✤ Influence and Social Capital: ✤ from a monolithic presence and mindset to a niche reality and opportunity for growth.
    66. 66. Cultural Shifts✤ Influence and Social Capital: ✤ from a monolithic presence and mindset to a niche reality and opportunity for growth. ✤ so . . . we develop and embrace multiple manifestations of what it means to be presbyterian: theology, style, structure, etc.
    67. 67. Cultural Shifts✤ Influence and Social Capital: ✤ from a monolithic presence and mindset to a niche reality and opportunity for growth. ✤ so . . . we develop and embrace multiple manifestations of what it means to be presbyterian: theology, style, structure, etc. ✤ eg . . . denominational evangelism strategies will change.
    68. 68. “Niche” impact
    69. 69. “Niche” impact✤ We must shift from a monolithic self-understanding to one that embraces a niche culture then...
    70. 70. “Niche” impact✤ We must shift from a monolithic self-understanding to one that embraces a niche culture then...✤ ...develop, discover and embrace multiple manifestations of what it means to be the church.
    71. 71. “Niche” impact✤ We must shift from a monolithic self-understanding to one that embraces a niche culture then...✤ ...develop, discover and embrace multiple manifestations of what it means to be the church.
    72. 72. Cultural Shifts
    73. 73. Cultural Shifts✤ Technology and Community:
    74. 74. Cultural Shifts✤ Technology and Community: ✤ from geographic isolation to global community.
    75. 75. Cultural Shifts✤ Technology and Community: ✤ from geographic isolation to global community. ✤ so . . . we embrace with humility and deliberation new forms of connectionalism and experiences of diversity.
    76. 76. Cultural Shifts✤ Technology and Community: ✤ from geographic isolation to global community. ✤ so . . . we embrace with humility and deliberation new forms of connectionalism and experiences of diversity. ✤ eg . . . social media will impact our understanding of and interactions within community.
    77. 77. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.org
    78. 78. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.org
    79. 79. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.org✤ just a reformed pc(usa) church
    80. 80. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.org✤ just a reformed pc(usa) church✤ traditioned gen y’s (22-35)
    81. 81. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.org✤ just a reformed pc(usa) church✤ traditioned gen y’s (22-35)✤ reconstructed religiosity
    82. 82. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.org✤ just a reformed pc(usa) church✤ traditioned gen y’s (22-35)✤ reconstructed religiosity✤ transient city lovers
    83. 83. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.org✤ just a reformed pc(usa) church✤ traditioned gen y’s (22-35)✤ reconstructed religiosity✤ transient city lovers✤ “progressive” AND “modern”
    84. 84. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.org✤ just a reformed pc(usa) church✤ traditioned gen y’s (22-35)✤ reconstructed religiosity✤ transient city lovers✤ “progressive” AND “modern”✤ open source culture
    85. 85. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.org✤ just a reformed pc(usa) church✤ traditioned gen y’s (22-35)✤ reconstructed religiosity✤ transient city lovers✤ “progressive” AND “modern”✤ open source culture✤ embraced ambiguity
    86. 86. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.org✤ just a reformed pc(usa) church✤ traditioned gen y’s (22-35)✤ reconstructed religiosity✤ transient city lovers✤ “progressive” AND “modern”✤ open source culture✤ embraced ambiguity✤ intuitive diversity
    87. 87. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.org✤ just a reformed pc(usa) church✤ traditioned gen y’s (22-35)✤ reconstructed religiosity✤ transient city lovers✤ “progressive” AND “modern”✤ open source culture✤ embraced ambiguity✤ intuitive diversity✤ institutional fluidity
    88. 88. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.org✤ just a reformed pc(usa) church✤ traditioned gen y’s (22-35)✤ reconstructed religiosity✤ transient city lovers✤ “progressive” AND “modern”✤ open source culture✤ embraced ambiguity✤ intuitive diversity✤ institutional fluidity✤ intentional consistency
    89. 89. Questions and Contact 411
    90. 90. Questions and Contact 411✤ questions, thoughts, comments . . .✤ email: breyeschow@gmail.com✤ twitter: @breyeschow✤ blog: www.reyes-chow.com, huffpo, sfgate✤ facebook: http://on.fb.me/brcpage✤ slides: www.slideshare.net/breyeschow
    91. 91. APTS - Education Beyond the Wallssession twoSocial Mediabeing real: the convolutedsimplicity of young adult ministrytwitter: @breyeschow
    92. 92. Facebook in Real Life The actual clips had to be removed because of size, but that can be found by clicking on the link above.
    93. 93. Road Map for Session Two
    94. 94. Road Map for Session Two✤ Any pressing questions or comments
    95. 95. Road Map for Session Two✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Bruce’s Social Media Assumptions
    96. 96. Road Map for Session Two✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Bruce’s Social Media Assumptions✤ Terms to Make You Feel Smarty
    97. 97. Road Map for Session Two✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Bruce’s Social Media Assumptions✤ Terms to Make You Feel Smarty✤ Platforms and Services
    98. 98. Road Map for Session Two✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Bruce’s Social Media Assumptions✤ Terms to Make You Feel Smarty✤ Platforms and Services✤ Effective Social Media Usage
    99. 99. Road Map for Session Two✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Bruce’s Social Media Assumptions✤ Terms to Make You Feel Smarty✤ Platforms and Services✤ Effective Social Media Usage✤ Blogs
    100. 100. Road Map for Session Two✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Bruce’s Social Media Assumptions✤ Terms to Make You Feel Smarty✤ Platforms and Services✤ Effective Social Media Usage✤ Blogs✤ Facebook
    101. 101. Road Map for Session Two✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Bruce’s Social Media Assumptions✤ Terms to Make You Feel Smarty✤ Platforms and Services✤ Effective Social Media Usage✤ Blogs✤ Facebook✤ Twitter
    102. 102. Road Map for Session Two✤ Any pressing questions or comments✤ Bruce’s Social Media Assumptions✤ Terms to Make You Feel Smarty✤ Platforms and Services✤ Effective Social Media Usage✤ Blogs✤ Facebook✤ Twitter✤ Questions, Comments and Contact
    103. 103. Bruce’s SM Assumptions
    104. 104. Bruce’s SM Assumptions✤ Social Media is simply another medium of communication and expression: nothing > or <;
    105. 105. Bruce’s SM Assumptions✤ Social Media is simply another medium of communication and expression: nothing > or <;✤ Social Media is the water in which a generation swims and gives insight into a particular worldview;
    106. 106. Bruce’s SM Assumptions✤ Social Media is simply another medium of communication and expression: nothing > or <;✤ Social Media is the water in which a generation swims and gives insight into a particular worldview;✤ Social Media is highly contextually and not everyone will embrace it;
    107. 107. Bruce’s SM Assumptions✤ Social Media is simply another medium of communication and expression: nothing > or <;✤ Social Media is the water in which a generation swims and gives insight into a particular worldview;✤ Social Media is highly contextually and not everyone will embrace it;✤ Social Media demands a high sense of self-worth as it has a flattening effect it on community;
    108. 108. Bruce’s SM Assumptions✤ Social Media is simply another medium of communication and expression: nothing > or <;✤ Social Media is the water in which a generation swims and gives insight into a particular worldview;✤ Social Media is highly contextually and not everyone will embrace it;✤ Social Media demands a high sense of self-worth as it has a flattening effect it on community;✤ Social Media will not save the church.
    109. 109. Smarty Pants Terms
    110. 110. Smarty Pants Terms✤ Web 1.0/2.0
    111. 111. Smarty Pants Terms✤ Web 1.0/2.0✤ Social/Knowledge Media
    112. 112. Smarty Pants Terms✤ Web 1.0/2.0✤ Social/Knowledge Media✤ Social Networking
    113. 113. Smarty Pants Terms✤ Web 1.0/2.0✤ Social/Knowledge Media✤ Social Networking✤ Open Source Software and Community
    114. 114. Smarty Pants Terms✤ Web 1.0/2.0✤ Social/Knowledge Media✤ Social Networking✤ Open Source Software and Community✤ Cloud Technology
    115. 115. Smarty Pants Terms✤ Web 1.0/2.0✤ Social/Knowledge Media✤ Social Networking✤ Open Source Software and Community✤ Cloud Technology✤ Checking In
    116. 116. Smarty Pants Terms✤ Web 1.0/2.0✤ Social/Knowledge Media✤ Social Networking✤ Open Source Software and Community✤ Cloud Technology✤ Checking In✤ weB+logs = Blogs, vLogs
    117. 117. Smarty Pants Terms✤ Web 1.0/2.0✤ Social/Knowledge Media✤ Social Networking✤ Open Source Software and Community✤ Cloud Technology✤ Checking In✤ weB+logs = Blogs, vLogs✤ tablets/iPad, iPhone/android
    118. 118. Platforms and Services
    119. 119. Platforms and Services✤ Blogging: typepad, wordpress, blogger, posterous
    120. 120. Platforms and Services✤ Blogging: typepad, wordpress, blogger, posterous✤ Social Networks: twitter, facebook, linkedin
    121. 121. Platforms and Services✤ Blogging: typepad, wordpress, blogger, posterous✤ Social Networks: twitter, facebook, linkedin✤ Media: blip.fm, last.fm, goodreads
    122. 122. Platforms and Services✤ Blogging: typepad, wordpress, blogger, posterous✤ Social Networks: twitter, facebook, linkedin✤ Media: blip.fm, last.fm, goodreads✤ Conversations: tokbox, skype
    123. 123. Platforms and Services✤ Blogging: typepad, wordpress, blogger, posterous✤ Social Networks: twitter, facebook, linkedin✤ Media: blip.fm, last.fm, goodreads✤ Conversations: tokbox, skype✤ Productivity: dropbox, slideshare, evernote, rtm
    124. 124. Platforms and Services✤ Blogging: typepad, wordpress, blogger, posterous✤ Social Networks: twitter, facebook, linkedin✤ Media: blip.fm, last.fm, goodreads✤ Conversations: tokbox, skype✤ Productivity: dropbox, slideshare, evernote, rtm✤ eLetters: constantcontact, madmimi, mailchimp
    125. 125. Platforms and Services✤ Blogging: typepad, wordpress, blogger, posterous✤ Social Networks: twitter, facebook, linkedin✤ Media: blip.fm, last.fm, goodreads✤ Conversations: tokbox, skype✤ Productivity: dropbox, slideshare, evernote, rtm✤ eLetters: constantcontact, madmimi, mailchimp✤ Reviews: yelp, miso, getglue
    126. 126. Platforms and Services✤ Blogging: typepad, wordpress, blogger, posterous✤ Social Networks: twitter, facebook, linkedin✤ Media: blip.fm, last.fm, goodreads✤ Conversations: tokbox, skype✤ Productivity: dropbox, slideshare, evernote, rtm✤ eLetters: constantcontact, madmimi, mailchimp✤ Reviews: yelp, miso, getglue✤ Travel: dopplr, tripit
    127. 127. Platforms and Services✤ Blogging: typepad, wordpress, blogger, posterous✤ Social Networks: twitter, facebook, linkedin✤ Media: blip.fm, last.fm, goodreads✤ Conversations: tokbox, skype✤ Productivity: dropbox, slideshare, evernote, rtm✤ eLetters: constantcontact, madmimi, mailchimp✤ Reviews: yelp, miso, getglue✤ Travel: dopplr, tripit✤ Location: gowalla, foursquare, places
    128. 128. Platforms and Services✤ Blogging: typepad, wordpress, blogger, posterous✤ Social Networks: twitter, facebook, linkedin✤ Media: blip.fm, last.fm, goodreads✤ Conversations: tokbox, skype✤ Productivity: dropbox, slideshare, evernote, rtm✤ eLetters: constantcontact, madmimi, mailchimp✤ Reviews: yelp, miso, getglue✤ Travel: dopplr, tripit✤ Location: gowalla, foursquare, places✤ TEXTING and gVoice
    129. 129. Keys to Effective SM Usage
    130. 130. Keys to Effective SM Usage✤ To be most effective in building meaningful community and interaction using Social Media
    131. 131. Keys to Effective SM Usage✤ To be most effective in building meaningful community and interaction using Social Media ✤ be appropriate, honest, consistent as you would IRL;
    132. 132. Keys to Effective SM Usage✤ To be most effective in building meaningful community and interaction using Social Media ✤ be appropriate, honest, consistent as you would IRL; ✤ be interactive: engage, link, respond, inquire, etc.;
    133. 133. Keys to Effective SM Usage✤ To be most effective in building meaningful community and interaction using Social Media ✤ be appropriate, honest, consistent as you would IRL; ✤ be interactive: engage, link, respond, inquire, etc.; ✤ be mindful of those watching, lurking and observing;
    134. 134. Keys to Effective SM Usage✤ To be most effective in building meaningful community and interaction using Social Media ✤ be appropriate, honest, consistent as you would IRL; ✤ be interactive: engage, link, respond, inquire, etc.; ✤ be mindful of those watching, lurking and observing; ✤ don’t OVER or UNDER-estimate your own influence, just be you;
    135. 135. Three Platforms: Blogs
    136. 136. Three Platforms: Blogs✤ Blogs: “Blogs in Plain English”
    137. 137. Three Platforms: Blogs✤ Blogs: “Blogs in Plain English” ✤ WHAT: websites, journals, news sources and content sharing
    138. 138. Three Platforms: Blogs✤ Blogs: “Blogs in Plain English” ✤ WHAT: websites, journals, news sources and content sharing ✤ WHERE: posterous, blogger, wordpress, typepad
    139. 139. Three Platforms: Blogs✤ Blogs: “Blogs in Plain English” ✤ WHAT: websites, journals, news sources and content sharing ✤ WHERE: posterous, blogger, wordpress, typepad ✤ WHO: subscribers and commentors
    140. 140. Three Platforms: Blogs✤ Blogs: “Blogs in Plain English” ✤ WHAT: websites, journals, news sources and content sharing ✤ WHERE: posterous, blogger, wordpress, typepad ✤ WHO: subscribers and commentors ✤ WHY: depth/length of content, searchability,
    141. 141. Three Platforms: Blogs✤ Blogs: “Blogs in Plain English” ✤ WHAT: websites, journals, news sources and content sharing ✤ WHERE: posterous, blogger, wordpress, typepad ✤ WHO: subscribers and commentors ✤ WHY: depth/length of content, searchability, ✤ TIP: be sure there are ways for other to share your blog
    142. 142. Three Platforms: Blogs✤ Blogs: “Blogs in Plain English” ✤ WHAT: websites, journals, news sources and content sharing ✤ WHERE: posterous, blogger, wordpress, typepad ✤ WHO: subscribers and commentors ✤ WHY: depth/length of content, searchability, ✤ TIP: be sure there are ways for other to share your blog ✤ 1KEY: consistent posting and linking
    143. 143. Three Platforms: Facebook
    144. 144. Three Platforms: Facebook✤ Facebook: “Facebook in Real Life”
    145. 145. Three Platforms: Facebook✤ Facebook: “Facebook in Real Life” ✤ WHAT: interactive scrapbook of your life: updates, pictures, notes, interests and games;
    146. 146. Three Platforms: Facebook✤ Facebook: “Facebook in Real Life” ✤ WHAT: interactive scrapbook of your life: updates, pictures, notes, interests and games; ✤ WHERE: facebook.com
    147. 147. Three Platforms: Facebook✤ Facebook: “Facebook in Real Life” ✤ WHAT: interactive scrapbook of your life: updates, pictures, notes, interests and games; ✤ WHERE: facebook.com ✤ WHO: friends and fans
    148. 148. Three Platforms: Facebook✤ Facebook: “Facebook in Real Life” ✤ WHAT: interactive scrapbook of your life: updates, pictures, notes, interests and games; ✤ WHERE: facebook.com ✤ WHO: friends and fans ✤ WHY: “trustworthy” network of information and life
    149. 149. Three Platforms: Facebook✤ Facebook: “Facebook in Real Life” ✤ WHAT: interactive scrapbook of your life: updates, pictures, notes, interests and games; ✤ WHERE: facebook.com ✤ WHO: friends and fans ✤ WHY: “trustworthy” network of information and life ✤ TIP: “block [blank]” and lists
    150. 150. Three Platforms: Facebook✤ Facebook: “Facebook in Real Life” ✤ WHAT: interactive scrapbook of your life: updates, pictures, notes, interests and games; ✤ WHERE: facebook.com ✤ WHO: friends and fans ✤ WHY: “trustworthy” network of information and life ✤ TIP: “block [blank]” and lists ✤ 1KEY: interaction and restraint
    151. 151. Twitter in Plain English The actual clips had to be removed because of size, but that can be found by clicking on the link above.
    152. 152. Three Platforms: Twitter
    153. 153. Three Platforms: Twitter✤ Twitter: “Twitter in Plain English”
    154. 154. Three Platforms: Twitter✤ Twitter: “Twitter in Plain English” ✤ WHAT: 140 character micro-blog: life, news and happenings.
    155. 155. Three Platforms: Twitter✤ Twitter: “Twitter in Plain English” ✤ WHAT: 140 character micro-blog: life, news and happenings. ✤ WHERE: twitter.com
    156. 156. Three Platforms: Twitter✤ Twitter: “Twitter in Plain English” ✤ WHAT: 140 character micro-blog: life, news and happenings. ✤ WHERE: twitter.com ✤ WHO: followers
    157. 157. Three Platforms: Twitter✤ Twitter: “Twitter in Plain English” ✤ WHAT: 140 character micro-blog: life, news and happenings. ✤ WHERE: twitter.com ✤ WHO: followers ✤ WHY: instantaneous and concise nature of content
    158. 158. Three Platforms: Twitter✤ Twitter: “Twitter in Plain English” ✤ WHAT: 140 character micro-blog: life, news and happenings. ✤ WHERE: twitter.com ✤ WHO: followers ✤ WHY: instantaneous and concise nature of content ✤ TIP: @, #, OH, RT and
    159. 159. Three Platforms: Twitter✤ Twitter: “Twitter in Plain English” ✤ WHAT: 140 character micro-blog: life, news and happenings. ✤ WHERE: twitter.com ✤ WHO: followers ✤ WHY: instantaneous and concise nature of content ✤ TIP: @, #, OH, RT and ✤ 1KEY: interaction, interaction, interaction
    160. 160. Discussion Starters
    161. 161. Discussion Starters✤ Top 10 Reasons we resist social media
    162. 162. Discussion Starters✤ Top 10 Reasons we resist social media✤ 10 Etiquette for Twittering a Meeting
    163. 163. Discussion Starters✤ Top 10 Reasons we resist social media✤ 10 Etiquette for Twittering a Meeting✤ 5 Reasons Why I Engage in Social Networking
    164. 164. Discussion Starters✤ Top 10 Reasons we resist social media✤ 10 Etiquette for Twittering a Meeting✤ 5 Reasons Why I Engage in Social Networking✤ When you leave will we still be friends?
    165. 165. Discussion Starters✤ Top 10 Reasons we resist social media✤ 10 Etiquette for Twittering a Meeting✤ 5 Reasons Why I Engage in Social Networking✤ When you leave will we still be friends?✤ 3 ways tech is killing your church
    166. 166. Discussion Starters✤ Top 10 Reasons we resist social media✤ 10 Etiquette for Twittering a Meeting✤ 5 Reasons Why I Engage in Social Networking✤ When you leave will we still be friends?✤ 3 ways tech is killing your church✤ Why twitter is Great for Introverts
    167. 167. Discussion Starters✤ Top 10 Reasons we resist social media✤ 10 Etiquette for Twittering a Meeting✤ 5 Reasons Why I Engage in Social Networking✤ When you leave will we still be friends?✤ 3 ways tech is killing your church✤ Why twitter is Great for Introverts✤ Blogging as Spiritual Discipline
    168. 168. Discussion Starters✤ Top 10 Reasons we resist social media✤ 10 Etiquette for Twittering a Meeting✤ 5 Reasons Why I Engage in Social Networking✤ When you leave will we still be friends?✤ 3 ways tech is killing your church✤ Why twitter is Great for Introverts✤ Blogging as Spiritual Discipline✤ Why Social Media Gives Visitors all the Power
    169. 169. Questions and Contact 411
    170. 170. Questions and Contact 411✤ questions, thoughts, comments . . .✤ email: breyeschow@gmail.com✤ twitter: @breyeschow✤ blog: www.reyes-chow.com, huffpo, sfgate✤ facebook: http://on.fb.me/brcpage✤ slides: www.slideshare.net/breyeschow
    171. 171. APTS - Education Beyond the Wallssession threeInstitutionalFluiditybeing real: the convolutedsimplicity of young adult ministrytwitter: @breyeschow
    172. 172. I Guess You’ll Do The actual clips had to be removed because of size, but that can be found by clicking on the link above.
    173. 173. Road Map for Session Three
    174. 174. Road Map for Session Three✤ Questions or comments from previous session
    175. 175. Road Map for Session Three✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ “Institutional Fluidity”
    176. 176. Road Map for Session Three✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ “Institutional Fluidity”✤ Why Institutional?
    177. 177. Road Map for Session Three✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ “Institutional Fluidity”✤ Why Institutional?✤ Why Fluidity?
    178. 178. Road Map for Session Three✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ “Institutional Fluidity”✤ Why Institutional?✤ Why Fluidity?✤ What holds us back . . .
    179. 179. Road Map for Session Three✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ “Institutional Fluidity”✤ Why Institutional?✤ Why Fluidity?✤ What holds us back . . .✤ “Decently and in Order” 2.0
    180. 180. Road Map for Session Three✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ “Institutional Fluidity”✤ Why Institutional?✤ Why Fluidity?✤ What holds us back . . .✤ “Decently and in Order” 2.0✤ Questions, Comments and Contact
    181. 181. Institutional Fluidity
    182. 182. Institutional Fluidity✤ DEFINED . . . a structure that provides, bounds, meaning and support for its life, but one not so rigid that it stifles the Spirit’s ability to be creative and adaptive.
    183. 183. Institutional Fluidity✤ DEFINED . . . a structure that provides, bounds, meaning and support for its life, but one not so rigid that it stifles the Spirit’s ability to be creative and adaptive.✤ WHY . . . because our structures are not built to express joy;
    184. 184. Institutional Fluidity✤ DEFINED . . . a structure that provides, bounds, meaning and support for its life, but one not so rigid that it stifles the Spirit’s ability to be creative and adaptive.✤ WHY . . . because our structures are not built to express joy;✤ WHY . . . because our structures do not inspire creativity;
    185. 185. Institutional Fluidity✤ DEFINED . . . a structure that provides, bounds, meaning and support for its life, but one not so rigid that it stifles the Spirit’s ability to be creative and adaptive.✤ WHY . . . because our structures are not built to express joy;✤ WHY . . . because our structures do not inspire creativity;✤ WHY . . . because our structures are not built for adaptability;
    186. 186. Institutional Fluidity✤ DEFINED . . . a structure that provides, bounds, meaning and support for its life, but one not so rigid that it stifles the Spirit’s ability to be creative and adaptive.✤ WHY . . . because our structures are not built to express joy;✤ WHY . . . because our structures do not inspire creativity;✤ WHY . . . because our structures are not built for adaptability;✤ WHY . . . because our structures are tired and burdensome;
    187. 187. Institutional Fluidity✤ DEFINED . . . a structure that provides, bounds, meaning and support for its life, but one not so rigid that it stifles the Spirit’s ability to be creative and adaptive.✤ WHY . . . because our structures are not built to express joy;✤ WHY . . . because our structures do not inspire creativity;✤ WHY . . . because our structures are not built for adaptability;✤ WHY . . . because our structures are tired and burdensome;✤ WHY . . . because every gathering of people will result in some kind of structure/organization, so we must be wise about how we gather.
    188. 188. Institutional Fluidity✤ DEFINED . . . a structure that provides, bounds, meaning and support for its life, but one not so rigid that it stifles the Spirit’s ability to be creative and adaptive.✤ WHY . . . because our structures are not built to express joy;✤ WHY . . . because our structures do not inspire creativity;✤ WHY . . . because our structures are not built for adaptability;✤ WHY . . . because our structures are tired and burdensome;✤ WHY . . . because every gathering of people will result in some kind of structure/organization, so we must be wise about how we gather.✤ WHY . . . because God is not done with us. Genesis 18
    189. 189. Why INSTITUTIONAL?
    190. 190. Why INSTITUTIONAL?✤ What is the purpose, result and meaning of Spiritual Leadership . . . sessions, governing bodies, boards, institutions, etc?
    191. 191. Why INSTITUTIONAL?✤ What is the purpose, result and meaning of Spiritual Leadership . . . sessions, governing bodies, boards, institutions, etc? ✤ Presbyland, G-10.0102: The session is responsible for the mission and government of the particular church. It therefore . . .
    192. 192. Why INSTITUTIONAL?✤ What is the purpose, result and meaning of Spiritual Leadership . . . sessions, governing bodies, boards, institutions, etc? ✤ Presbyland, G-10.0102: The session is responsible for the mission and government of the particular church. It therefore . . . ✤ to administer, operate and support meaningful expressions of church life;
    193. 193. Why INSTITUTIONAL?✤ What is the purpose, result and meaning of Spiritual Leadership . . . sessions, governing bodies, boards, institutions, etc? ✤ Presbyland, G-10.0102: The session is responsible for the mission and government of the particular church. It therefore . . . ✤ to administer, operate and support meaningful expressions of church life; ✤ to nurture and nudge the pastoral, prophetic, priestly and poetic expressions of the church;
    194. 194. Why INSTITUTIONAL?✤ What is the purpose, result and meaning of Spiritual Leadership . . . sessions, governing bodies, boards, institutions, etc? ✤ Presbyland, G-10.0102: The session is responsible for the mission and government of the particular church. It therefore . . . ✤ to administer, operate and support meaningful expressions of church life; ✤ to nurture and nudge the pastoral, prophetic, priestly and poetic expressions of the church; ✤ to be an individuals meaningful and particular expression of commitment to a local context;
    195. 195. Why INSTITUTIONAL?✤ What is the purpose, result and meaning of Spiritual Leadership . . . sessions, governing bodies, boards, institutions, etc? ✤ Presbyland, G-10.0102: The session is responsible for the mission and government of the particular church. It therefore . . . ✤ to administer, operate and support meaningful expressions of church life; ✤ to nurture and nudge the pastoral, prophetic, priestly and poetic expressions of the church; ✤ to be an individuals meaningful and particular expression of commitment to a local context; ✤ Others . . .
    196. 196. Why FLUIDITY?
    197. 197. Why FLUIDITY?✤ What is the world we are growing into?
    198. 198. Why FLUIDITY?✤ What is the world we are growing into? ✤ Undefinable and Describable
    199. 199. Why FLUIDITY?✤ What is the world we are growing into? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Transient and Committed
    200. 200. Why FLUIDITY?✤ What is the world we are growing into? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Traditioned and Creative
    201. 201. Why FLUIDITY?✤ What is the world we are growing into? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Technical and Experiential
    202. 202. Why FLUIDITY?✤ What is the world we are growing into? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Technical and Experiential ✤ Focused and Distractible
    203. 203. Why FLUIDITY?✤ What is the world we are growing into? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Technical and Experiential ✤ Focused and Distractible ✤ Maturing and Unsure
    204. 204. Why FLUIDITY?✤ What is the world we are growing into? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Technical and Experiential ✤ Focused and Distractible ✤ Maturing and Unsure ✤ Overextended and Willing
    205. 205. Why FLUIDITY?✤ What is the world we are growing into? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Technical and Experiential ✤ Focused and Distractible ✤ Maturing and Unsure ✤ Overextended and Willing ✤ Other . . .
    206. 206. What holds us back?
    207. 207. What holds us back? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Technical and Experiential ✤ Focused and Distractible ✤ Maturing and Unsure ✤ Overextended and Willing ✤ Other . . .
    208. 208. What holds us back? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Monolithic culture ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Technical and Experiential ✤ Focused and Distractible ✤ Maturing and Unsure ✤ Overextended and Willing ✤ Other . . .
    209. 209. What holds us back? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Monolithic culture ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Value lifetime and longevity ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Technical and Experiential ✤ Focused and Distractible ✤ Maturing and Unsure ✤ Overextended and Willing ✤ Other . . .
    210. 210. What holds us back? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Monolithic culture ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Value lifetime and longevity ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Tradition without meaning ✤ Technical and Experiential ✤ Focused and Distractible ✤ Maturing and Unsure ✤ Overextended and Willing ✤ Other . . .
    211. 211. What holds us back? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Monolithic culture ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Value lifetime and longevity ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Tradition without meaning ✤ Technical and Experiential ✤ Technology as a tool ✤ Focused and Distractible ✤ Maturing and Unsure ✤ Overextended and Willing ✤ Other . . .
    212. 212. What holds us back? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Monolithic culture ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Value lifetime and longevity ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Tradition without meaning ✤ Technical and Experiential ✤ Technology as a tool ✤ Focused and Distractible ✤ Process without creativity ✤ Maturing and Unsure ✤ Overextended and Willing ✤ Other . . .
    213. 213. What holds us back? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Monolithic culture ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Value lifetime and longevity ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Tradition without meaning ✤ Technical and Experiential ✤ Technology as a tool ✤ Focused and Distractible ✤ Process without creativity ✤ Maturing and Unsure ✤ High or low expectations ✤ Overextended and Willing ✤ Other . . .
    214. 214. What holds us back? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Monolithic culture ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Value lifetime and longevity ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Tradition without meaning ✤ Technical and Experiential ✤ Technology as a tool ✤ Focused and Distractible ✤ Process without creativity ✤ Maturing and Unsure ✤ High or low expectations ✤ Overextended and Willing ✤ Understanding of use of time ✤ Other . . .
    215. 215. What holds us back? ✤ Undefinable and Describable ✤ Monolithic culture ✤ Transient and Committed ✤ Value lifetime and longevity ✤ Traditioned and Creative ✤ Tradition without meaning ✤ Technical and Experiential ✤ Technology as a tool ✤ Focused and Distractible ✤ Process without creativity ✤ Maturing and Unsure ✤ High or low expectations ✤ Overextended and Willing ✤ Understanding of use of time ✤ Other . . . ✤ Other . . .
    216. 216. Decently and In Order 2.0
    217. 217. Decently and In Order 2.0✤ Terms of service: three years, but with permission to leave;
    218. 218. Decently and In Order 2.0✤ Terms of service: three years, but with permission to leave;✤ How “business” is done: online and other time-saving technologies;
    219. 219. Decently and In Order 2.0✤ Terms of service: three years, but with permission to leave;✤ How “business” is done: online and other time-saving technologies;✤ How F2F time is used: life-giving work, study and thinking;
    220. 220. Decently and In Order 2.0✤ Terms of service: three years, but with permission to leave;✤ How “business” is done: online and other time-saving technologies;✤ How F2F time is used: life-giving work, study and thinking;✤ How responsibilities are given: projects, areas, and latitude to shift foci;
    221. 221. Decently and In Order 2.0✤ Terms of service: three years, but with permission to leave;✤ How “business” is done: online and other time-saving technologies;✤ How F2F time is used: life-giving work, study and thinking;✤ How responsibilities are given: projects, areas, and latitude to shift foci;✤ How meetings are held: purposeful and creative setting;
    222. 222. Decently and In Order 2.0✤ Terms of service: three years, but with permission to leave;✤ How “business” is done: online and other time-saving technologies;✤ How F2F time is used: life-giving work, study and thinking;✤ How responsibilities are given: projects, areas, and latitude to shift foci;✤ How meetings are held: purposeful and creative setting;✤ Assumptions of the group: trusting, honest and permission giving;
    223. 223. Decently and In Order 2.0✤ Terms of service: three years, but with permission to leave;✤ How “business” is done: online and other time-saving technologies;✤ How F2F time is used: life-giving work, study and thinking;✤ How responsibilities are given: projects, areas, and latitude to shift foci;✤ How meetings are held: purposeful and creative setting;✤ Assumptions of the group: trusting, honest and permission giving;✤ eg. Mission Bay Community Church 2010 Session Structure
    224. 224. Questions and Contact 411
    225. 225. Questions and Contact 411✤ questions, thoughts, comments . . .✤ email: breyeschow@gmail.com✤ twitter: @breyeschow✤ blog: www.reyes-chow.com, huffpo, sfgate✤ facebook: http://on.fb.me/brcpage✤ slides: www.slideshare.net/breyeschow
    226. 226. APTS - Education Beyond the Wallssession fourMission, Serviceand Justicebeing real: the convolutedsimplicity of young adult ministrytwitter: @breyeschow
    227. 227. Where is the Love? The actual clips had to be removed because of size, but that can be found by clicking on the link above.
    228. 228. Road Map for Session Four
    229. 229. Road Map for Session Four✤ Questions or comments from previous session
    230. 230. Road Map for Session Four✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Interfaith Youth Core
    231. 231. Road Map for Session Four✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Interfaith Youth Core✤ Food Stamped
    232. 232. Road Map for Session Four✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Interfaith Youth Core✤ Food Stamped✤ Invisible Children
    233. 233. Road Map for Session Four✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Interfaith Youth Core✤ Food Stamped✤ Invisible Children✤ Racism
    234. 234. Road Map for Session Four✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Interfaith Youth Core✤ Food Stamped✤ Invisible Children✤ Racism✤ Generation We
    235. 235. Road Map for Session Four✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Interfaith Youth Core✤ Food Stamped✤ Invisible Children✤ Racism✤ Generation We✤ What do you see in young adults?
    236. 236. Road Map for Session Four✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Interfaith Youth Core✤ Food Stamped✤ Invisible Children✤ Racism✤ Generation We✤ What do you see in young adults?✤ Questions, Comments and Contact
    237. 237. Interfaith Youth Core The actual clips had to be removed because of size, but that can be found by clicking on the link above.
    238. 238. Food Stamped The actual clips had to be removed because of size, but that can be found by clicking on the link above.
    239. 239. Racism - J Smooth The actual clips had to be removed because of size, but that can be found by clicking on the link above.
    240. 240. Invisible Children - Tony The actual clips had to be removed because of size, but that can be found by clicking on the link above.
    241. 241. Generation We The actual clips had to be removed because of size, but that can be found by clicking on the link above.
    242. 242. Mission, Service and Justice
    243. 243. Mission, Service and Justice✤ Will commit to things that are meaningful
    244. 244. Mission, Service and Justice✤ Will commit to things that are meaningful✤ Engaging in hands-on and experiential interactions
    245. 245. Mission, Service and Justice✤ Will commit to things that are meaningful✤ Engaging in hands-on and experiential interactions✤ Acting outside of current structures
    246. 246. Mission, Service and Justice✤ Will commit to things that are meaningful✤ Engaging in hands-on and experiential interactions✤ Acting outside of current structures✤ Using technology and digital media to share
    247. 247. Mission, Service and Justice✤ Will commit to things that are meaningful✤ Engaging in hands-on and experiential interactions✤ Acting outside of current structures✤ Using technology and digital media to share✤ Looking at complexities of the issues
    248. 248. Mission, Service and Justice✤ Will commit to things that are meaningful✤ Engaging in hands-on and experiential interactions✤ Acting outside of current structures✤ Using technology and digital media to share✤ Looking at complexities of the issues✤ Embracing potential power and impact
    249. 249. Mission, Service and Justice✤ Will commit to things that are meaningful✤ Engaging in hands-on and experiential interactions✤ Acting outside of current structures✤ Using technology and digital media to share✤ Looking at complexities of the issues✤ Embracing potential power and impact✤ What are you seeing?
    250. 250. Mission, Service and Justice✤ Will commit to things that are meaningful✤ Engaging in hands-on and experiential interactions✤ Acting outside of current structures✤ Using technology and digital media to share✤ Looking at complexities of the issues✤ Embracing potential power and impact✤ What are you seeing?
    251. 251. Questions and Contact 411
    252. 252. Questions and Contact 411✤ Questions, thoughts, comments . . .
    253. 253. Questions and Contact 411✤ Questions, thoughts, comments . . .✤ email: breyeschow@gmail.com
    254. 254. Questions and Contact 411✤ Questions, thoughts, comments . . .✤ email: breyeschow@gmail.com✤ twitter: @breyeschow
    255. 255. Questions and Contact 411✤ Questions, thoughts, comments . . .✤ email: breyeschow@gmail.com✤ twitter: @breyeschow✤ blog: www.reyes-chow.com, huffpo, sfgate
    256. 256. Questions and Contact 411✤ Questions, thoughts, comments . . .✤ email: breyeschow@gmail.com✤ twitter: @breyeschow✤ blog: www.reyes-chow.com, huffpo, sfgate✤ facebook: http://on.fb.me/brcpage
    257. 257. Questions and Contact 411✤ Questions, thoughts, comments . . .✤ email: breyeschow@gmail.com✤ twitter: @breyeschow✤ blog: www.reyes-chow.com, huffpo, sfgate✤ facebook: http://on.fb.me/brcpage✤ slides: www.slideshare.net/breyeschow
    258. 258. APTS - Education Beyond the Wallssession fiveWorship andSpiritualitybeing real: the convolutedsimplicity of young adult ministrytwitter: @breyeschow
    259. 259. Sundays Coming The actual clips had to be removed because of size, but that can be found by clicking on the link above.
    260. 260. Road Map for Session Five
    261. 261. Road Map for Session Five✤ Questions or comments from previous session
    262. 262. Road Map for Session Five✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Why the Worship Wars
    263. 263. Road Map for Session Five✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Why the Worship Wars✤ Bearing with worship
    264. 264. Road Map for Session Five✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Why the Worship Wars✤ Bearing with worship✤ Approach versus methodology
    265. 265. Road Map for Session Five✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Why the Worship Wars✤ Bearing with worship✤ Approach versus methodology✤ How we plan
    266. 266. Road Map for Session Five✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Why the Worship Wars✤ Bearing with worship✤ Approach versus methodology✤ How we plan✤ Elements to include
    267. 267. Road Map for Session Five✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Why the Worship Wars✤ Bearing with worship✤ Approach versus methodology✤ How we plan✤ Elements to include✤ Experiential Components
    268. 268. Road Map for Session Five✤ Questions or comments from previous session✤ Why the Worship Wars✤ Bearing with worship✤ Approach versus methodology✤ How we plan✤ Elements to include✤ Experiential Components✤ Questions, Comments and Contact
    269. 269. Questions and Contact 411
    270. 270. Questions and Contact 411✤ questions, thoughts, comments . . .✤ email: breyeschow@gmail.com✤ twitter: @breyeschow✤ blog: www.reyes-chow.com, huffpo, sfgate✤ facebook: http://on.fb.me/brcpage✤ slides: www.slideshare.net/breyeschow
    271. 271. APTS - Education Beyond the Wallssession sixLast Things andthe Parking Lotbeing real: the convolutedsimplicity of young adult ministrytwitter: @breyeschow
    272. 272. What, When, Why and How?listening for god’s call // justice
    273. 273. listening::silenceWhat, When, Why and How?listening for god’s call // justice
    274. 274. What?Why?When? CLIP FROM “THE GREAT DEBATERS” WELFARE CLIPandHow?justice
    275. 275. listening::romans 12:9-21What, When, Why and How?listening for god’s call // justice
    276. 276. What?Why?When? CLIP FROM “THE GREAT DEBATERS” RIGHTEOUS MIND CLIPandHow?justice
    277. 277. listening::romans 12:9-21What, When, Why and How?listening for god’s call // justice
    278. 278. What?Why?When? CLIP FROM “THE GREAT DEBATERS” JUSTICE NOW CLIPandHow?justice
    279. 279. listening::romans 12:9-21What, When, Why and How?listening for god’s call // justice
    280. 280. What?Why?When? CLIP FROM “THE GREAT DEBATERS” CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE CLIPandHow?justice
    281. 281. listening::sharingWhat, When, Why and How?listening for god’s call // justice
    282. 282. Questions and Contact 411
    283. 283. Questions and Contact 411✤ Last questions and comments . . . ✤ What was helpful: takeaways, insights, reminders? ✤ What are you still wondering about?✤ email: breyeschow@gmail.com✤ twitter: @breyeschow✤ blog: www.reyes-chow.com, huffpo, sfgate✤ facebook: http://on.fb.me/brcpage✤ slides: www.slideshare.net/breyeschow
    284. 284. APTS - Education Beyond the WallsBeing Realthe convoluted simplicity ofyoung adult ministrytwitter: @breyeschowThanks for coming!

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