Media

4) What Comes After the Digital and Social Revolutions?

In a generation, we’ve gone from the digital revolution to the social revolution. What’s next? The future will be immersive. New worlds will shape us spiritually, teach us to learn differently, and change how we share our stories. Join others online, Wednesday, December 11 at 8:00 a.m. Pacific (UTC -8.0) to learn from three experts why and how the future will be immersive.

Learn more and register at

 

www.visualstory.org/dec11/

 

8) Want to Share the Gospel for the Visual Age? Try Lumo Project

Now you can see the Gospels from a whole new light. The Lumo Project is redefining the standard of biblical media, offering a new and visual translation of the four Gospels. This version will truly engage you and yours with scripture and media. LUMO is available on the YouVersion Bible App in the following 23 languages: Afrikaans, Arabic, Cantonese, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Thai, Turkish, and Vietnamese. In addition, hear it at:

 

live.bible.is/bible/ENGNIV/MRK/1?audio_type=audio

 

Learn more on YouTube at…

 

www.youtube.com/thelumoproject

 

(Thanks for the tip, Ken!)

 

9) Need Insights on Coalition-Building in Restrictive Environments?

If you work in Media to Movements, you know how important – and difficult – building a follow-up coalition can be. Join this free one-hour online event on Tuesday, November 5, at 8 AM Pacific. Two experts will be sharing their lessons learned from coalition-building in restrictive environments in North Africa and Asia. Learn more and register at

 

www.visualstory.org/followup-coalition/ 

 

3) Hands-On Media Ministry in a Mobile World

This online course is designed for field workers, missions media practitioners, and leaders. The five-week mentored course with Keith Williams of Mobile Advance starts October 29. Get more information and registration at

 

www.missionmediau.org/mobiles-in-mission/

 

Qualifying students are eligible for a one third tuition discount in a Masters or Ph.D. program at Biola University’s Cook School of Intercultural Studies.

 

8) "Foundations of Media to Movements" Course Offered

Mission Media U (MMU) is an online learning platform designed to train Christians to be more effective in making disciples and establishing churches. Their course, “Foundations of Media to Movements,” is starting September 12 and running through October 10. Each week in the 5-week course requires 3 hours of work per week including a one-hour live instruction session. For more information, go to

 

www.missionmediau.org/courses/foundations-of-media-strategy/

 

2) Internet Resources for Studying (and Teaching) the Bible

Where do you go if you cannot afford to buy quality resources for in-depth Bible study? Well, to the Internet, of course – but where exactly? The “Digital Toolbox” (an eBook in PDF) is a collection of 800 links to free resources available on the web to help you study and teach the Bible. Download it for free from this Google Drive folder:

 

drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B7cuRB3bYmOXUl9WR1h3MURLZmc?usp=sharing 

 

1) Visual Media Strategy Forum 2020

The 2020 Visual Media Strategy Forum is inviting you to celebrate with them in person! They plan to meet from Saturday March 28th 7pm-9pm and Sunday March 29th 9am-5pm. This will be just prior to the Eurasia Media and Distribution Consultation (EMDC) in Chiang Mai, Thailand. At the event, they will be celebrating the completion of the 20/20 Vision campaign and praying for the teams finishing the final projects. They’re inviting you to participate and watch new 20/20 film trailers  and listen to inspiring testimonies. For more information and how to register, log on to:

 

www.global2020vision.com/vmsf

 

13) Media Seminars to Enhance Your Outreach (Slated for Perth)

Youth With Mission Perth and Create International are running three consecutive Media Seminars this year starting in August for anyone who wants to develop their communication skills in order to enhance their mission or outreach. Each seminar is full-time for four weeks.

*** Documentary Filmmaking Seminar–starts August 4

 

www.ywamperth.org.au/training/contextual-filmmaking-seminar/

 

*** Contextual Filmmaking Seminar–starts September 1

 

www.ywamperth.org.au/training/documentary-filmmaking-seminar/

 

*** Photo Storytelling Seminar–starts September 29

 

www.ywamperth.org.au/training/photo-storytelling-seminar/

 

Contact

createatywamperthdotorgdotau  (createatywamperthdotorgdotau)   for more information.

 

5) How Do You Get Practical Training for a Media-Driven World?

Just watching videos does not give the experience and feedback that are crucial to learning a new skill. Mission Media U offers live online courses for church leaders and missionaries around the world. Foundations of New Media Strategy will help you develop a media strategy for expanding your reach to your target audience. This course starts on May 2. Find out more and register at:

 

www.missionmediau.org/foundations-of-media-strategy/

2) How Does Your Ministry Keep Up With Social Media Changes?

New apps and changes in Facebook come nearly daily. How do you keep up? If you can invest 3 hours a week for 5 weeks, you could learn the new media options and how to establish meaningful communication with your ministry audience. Mission Media U is an online mentored learning platform and their Foundations of New Media Strategy course starts May 2. For more information and to register:

 

www.missionmediau.org/foundations-of-media-strategy/

2) Check Out this Tiny Data Projector and Powerful Speaker

These Anker people are over-the-top impressive. Check out their projector at…

 

https://www.amazon.com/Projector-Anker-Portable-High-Contrast-Playtime/dp/B076Q3GBJK

 

and their speaker at…

 

https://www.amazon.com/Anker-SoundCore-Bluetooth-Speaker-Technology/dp/B01N4V4X5M

 

I heard the speaker while visiting our team in West Africa this past week. It was super-impressive. Though I didn’t personally observe the projector, our team said they were top-notch.

9) Imagine One Billion People Inhabiting Virtual Worlds

Join D.J. Soto and LMichelle Salvant in AltSpace VR on Friday, March 29, 2019, at 8:00 a.m. Pacific (UTC -7.0) to learn how to use Virtual Reality in your ministry. View technology applications and hear discussions from a ministry application perspective. D.J. started the world’s first virtual reality church and L.Michelle founded L.MichelleMedia.co, a company focused on helping Christian Faith & Educational Organizations. Register for this free online event:

 

http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=xaubhggab&oeidk=a07eg3cuc9jee28b4c8

 

2) Course on Using New Media to Engage the Unreached

“This course helped my team and me develop our digital media strategy by looking at how people make meaningful faith decisions and ways our websites and social media can encourage that.”

Sign your team up for this mentored online course, offered through Mission Media U, that runs from February 14 to March 14. Group discounts are available.

 

www.missionmediau.org/courses/foundations-of-media-strategy/

 

4) How to Use New Media to Engage the Unreached

Mission Media U (MMU) is an online learning platform designed to train Christians to be more effective in making disciples and establishing churches. Their course, “Foundations of Media Strategy,” is starting Feb. 15 and running through March 15. Each week in the 5-week course requires 3 hours of work per week including a one-hour live instruction session. For more information, go to:

http://www.missionmediau.org/courses/foundations-of-media-strategy/

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