[WORKSHOP] Social Media Masterclass with London Witness

London Witness is a new initiative, flowing out of Capital Vision 2020, to encourage more positive and proactive engagement with the whole range of media, from newspapers and television to blogs and social media. We want to train and equip a small group to change the public conversation about God in London. Those selected will have the potential to communicate well about Christianity and what it means in their daily lives.”

I was invited to run one of their sessions, and here’s the material from today:

[SPEAKING] Fundraising in an Age of Social Media

Another morning session looking at fundraising in an age of social media for Wycliffe Bible translators … they have expert fundraisers – my job is to continue to help them to understand digital culture and how that means their practices need to be adjusted:

[WORKSHOP] Social Media for Youth Leaders (with @c_of_e)

Tomorrow I run the first course of ‘Social Media Training for Youth Leaders‘ at Church House, Westminster – still interested in collecting more case studies/concrete examples:

[WORKSHOP] Social Media for the Scared

Last time I ran ‘Social Media for the Scared’ at Church House, Westminster, the course changed from a 3 hour course to a 6 hour course. Some restructuring was felt to be needed, and the course may not race quite to the end – leaving a bit of space for practical elements if people desire them – so here’s a slightly new look course – running tomorrow.