Through this time of intentional interruption, what are the things that God has been saying to you? Have you discovered that being online could actually improve how you gather? During this webinar we will discuss why how we gather online matters. We will look at a variety of online platforms and how they can help us as we seek to create highly relational communities.
This webinar was held in English.
Nay Dawson lives in Southampton, England with her husband Jon and their two daughters. Nay works with IFES (International Fellowship of Evangelical Students) Europe as their Regional Training Co-Ordinator. She is passionate about raising up evangelists and is the founder of Passion for Evangelism ― a network for female evangelists. In response to COVID-19 she had set up an initiative called Community in a Crisis (CIAC). CIAC is committed to sharing training, resources, and stories of building sustainable relational church during the Coronavirus.
Evi Rodemann is from Hamburg, Germany, and calls herself a ‘cheerleader of the next generation’. She is engaged in various national and pan-European youth networks and events, and for 9 years served as the CEO of Mission-Net. On the YLGen team she chairs Groups & Gatherings. She has an MA in European Mission (UK) and has started a PhD on Event Impact with UNISA. When she is not found among young people, she works part-time in Germany’s largest aluminum company as their event manager, living a missional lifestyle.
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