Archive for May, 2010

Whiteboard Sessions – John Tyson

Whiteboard Sessions – John Tyson

Posted on 31. May, 2010 by .

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Jon Tyson is lead pastor of Trinity Grace Church in New York City. I had never heard of John Tyson before the conference, but I thought he was one of the best speakers of the day. His talk reminded me of listening to Jim Cymbala. You just sat there mesmerized by the power with which […]

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Kid’s in the Hall

Kid’s in the Hall

Posted on 29. May, 2010 by .

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I had been doing church planting for three years before anyone ever told me about using school hallways for childrens rooms. I had seen it done in movie theaters, but never thought about doing it in a school. It wasn’t until I was faced with a situation in which the school we were in wouldn’t […]

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Whiteboard Sessions – Tony Morgan

Whiteboard Sessions – Tony Morgan

Posted on 28. May, 2010 by .

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Tony Morgan is the author of Killing Cockroaches and has served at Granger Community Church, New Spring Church, and is now at West Ridge. He posted his notes on his talk on his website here. Here’s some of the things I wrote down from what he shared at WIBO: Ministry is an opportunity to help […]

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Whiteboard Recap – Jonathan Falwell

Whiteboard Recap – Jonathan Falwell

Posted on 27. May, 2010 by .

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At every conference there are things that the speakers say that stand out. They’re usually what you end up writing down in your notes. While reading just the bullet points don’t convey their full meaning or the experience created by the speaker, they might be of help to you.  So I’ll be sharing my abridged […]

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Whiteboard Recap

Whiteboard Recap

Posted on 26. May, 2010 by .

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Last Friday I was able to attend Whiteboard with my whole team.  I’ve never been able to go to a conference with everyone I worked with at a church. Here’s the benefits: By including even the volunteer staff members and the part-time staff members, you’re communicating to them their true value to you and the […]

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