MISE 2010 Conference

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Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/99973

Mission Igniter Social Experience 2010 was created to help church leaders explore how to use relational strategies and technology to strengthen and expand their community and advance the mission.

Practical tips on using technology to advance the mission.

Creative strategies to build community: on and offline.

Speakers:

Jesse Rice

Author of “The Church of Facebook: How the Hyperconnected are Redefining Community” For eight years Jesse served as a worship arts director err Menlo Park Presbyterian Church near San Francisco, CA. He has a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Santa Clara University and is a sought-after worship leader and speaker with more than fifteen years experience in church ministry.

@jesserice

Jim Gray

Social Media Guerilla at Plain joe Studios in Southern California which specializes in Strategic Ideation, Interactive Media, and Environmental Design.

@jim_gray

Michael Forney

CMO at Ignition Garage, an interactive media company in Washington State: and the director of Mission Igniter, which specializes in providing branding, Social Marketing and Web Services to churches and non-profit organizations.

@forneymichael

Brett Eddy

CEO at Ignition Garage an interactive media company in Washington State; which specializes in Product Creation, Interactive Media, Social Marketing and Web Services.

@brettseattle

Tim Engstrom

Author/Illustrator/Graphi Designer who lives in Washington State. He illustrates a comic strip called the Legendary Boys of Floyd and recently published a book based on that strip. He specializes in Branding, Illustration, and Web Design.

@floydsboys

Dr. John R. Frank

Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE), who speaks and consults extensively on the ministry of development and stewardship as a lifestyle.

@drjohnfrank

Peter McGowan

Before co-founding PlainJoe in 2001, Pete worked for IBM, Johnson & Johnson, ThinkWare, and PMGX—a technology firm he founded and still operates. His background includes a Business/Information Systems degree from Cal Poly and years of experience in Information Technology, design production and marketing. Pete is also the co-founder of ethur but devotes much of his day-to-day time serving as the Creative Principal and President of PlainJoe. Peter and his wife Jennifer have three children and serves in leadership and ministry roles at Crossroads Christian Church in Corona.

@PlainJoe

Kindle for Blackberry

Yesterday I downloaded the Kindle App for my Blackberry Storm.  Which I’m really excited about the idea of carrying less books when I travel.

So far, I’ve downloaded two books:

“The Man Who Was Thursday” by G.K. Chesterton (free download)

“Groundswell” by Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff

What mobile apps are you using that are helping you manage your life better?

The Thanks I Get

Say Thanks!

Lately, I’ve been scheduling time to talk to people about what they are doing.  It’s important to my growth and development as a leader and though I am embedded in a tech-driven culture, I am still a people-person.

Today someone sent me a simple thank-you in the form of an gift-card.

“Thanks for the time on the phone the other day. I realize you have a packed schedule & respect the fact you took 45 mins to mentor. I appreciated the words of encouragement & the sheer fact of hearing from one who is involved in a career I’m seeking.”

What are you doing to thank and affirm others? What does this say to you?