Hi, everyone. For anyone who is brand new to Zoom and now considering doing virtual trainings, here is a "How to use Zoom Meetings" recording we created this past Wednesday from an actual "How To" session in a Zoom Meeting with over 40 people. The video is 1hr 40 minutes because it is all the nuts and bolts.
Lots of teachers told us they have been using the video for helping them with learning
P.S. If you know Zoom and only want to skip to Zoom features you may not have known about, play the video at double speed and then stop it when you hear me discussing something you didn't know about it (if that happens).
From Bill Tenny- Brittian's blog @ 21st Century Strategies A week or so ago, my wife and I attended the World Convention of the Christian Church in Nashville, TN. It was a nice convention and we enjoyed Nashville. One evening we decided we wanted to eat something other than Tennessee barbecue, so we stopped in at the Stoney River restaurant.
It was a great experience … Read More How are you following up with your guests?
Ever seen a TEDx talk? They’re pretty great. Here’s one I happen to enjoy, and have used in a couple of sermons. I’ve wondered for a long time, “How in the world do each of these talks end up consistently blowing me away?” So I did some research, and found the TEDx talk guidelines for speakers. Some of the advice was basic – but some of it was unexpected. Much of it, I think, is a welcome wake up call to preachers who are communicating in a 21st century postmodern, post-Christian context. Obviously, some of this doesn’t fit with a preacher’s ethos: but much of it does.
That said, here are 12 things TEDx speakers do that preachers usually don’t:
Present one great idea.
- See more at: http://scribblepreach.com/2014/02/26/12-things-tedx-speakers-do-that-preachers-dont/#sthash.OG3R2z0J.dpuf