Looking back, it seems that there’s been a healthy share of posts that are long and reflective. And there has also been a good deal of action via Twitter (@mobileminmag). So here’s a small recap of some of those items that might have flown past your reading radar:
- The Digital Disciples Charlotte Information Survey is still up if you want to lend your comments to Digital Disciples in the Charlotte area. A summary and discussion of the survey, as well as general discussion will be held on July 24 (see event information and RSVP at Meetup.com).
- A new section of the site (Mobile Ministry Case Studies) has been opened to provide a place to link and submit to cases studies for what’s happening in mobile and mobile ministry areas.
- Likewise, to help facilitate the creation of best practices and case study materials, MMM has announced its Stragetic Consulting and Training Services. There’s more to come about this section, but we are already fielding requests for needs in this area. Contact us for more information.
As always, your contributions and connections are always welcome. As it stands, there are a lot of ministries trying and wanting to try a whole lot of things. Mobile is a piece of that strategy, and MMM wants to be a part of helping your organization refine that area. And no, there is not much “out there” in terms of best practices or even methodologies. This resource exists to build these areas so that ministry/professional services can be offered that truly enable an engagement and sharing of the story of our faith.
More to come as we grow.