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The Blogference Starts Monday August 15th! Change the World From Your Coffee Shop!

The posts from this year’s The Blogference authors have begun to arrive, and I could not be more excited! If you have participated in any of the previous online conferences–THANK YOU!

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How Are You Leading in Response to Rob Bell’s Love Wins?


Rob Bell has ignited a firestorm of controversy with his recent book Love Wins.

How is the controversy affecting those whom you lead?

What Does Transferability Look Like in 2010?

What does transferability look like in 2010?

  • Charlotte, a campus director, was the first to run a campaign that was being deployed on multiple campuses across the country.  She shared her insights, best practices and learnings on a message board accessible to all staff .  Many other directors read her post and adjusted their strategies for greater effectiveness based on Charlotte’s feedback and experience.

Resource Drive This Week! Video Promo

How much time could we save ministry leaders around the world if even 20 people shared resources that they have created with the RE-Think Blogference community?



Video: What is the Blogference? What’s Going on This Year

The RE-Think Blogference exists to start ministry conversations and connect ministry starters.

Notes from Using Video for Ministry Communications

video recorderBrendon Patubo, intern with EPIC, Campus Crusade for Christ’s ministry to Asian-American students shared vision, strategy, and tactics for using video for ministry communications in the latest podcast. Click here to listen.

RE-Think Podcast Coming Soon!

podcastThe main goal of the RE-Think Blogference is to facilitate discussion on ministry philosophy to sharpen your ministry skills and connect you to other like-minded missional leaders.

We are launching a podcast to expand the amount of content and connections we can bring to your door via the internet!

Get Over Yourself

Stop being so shy and start “sharing the wealth” with people all over the globe. You are an expert. Or at the very least you have experience in your context and environment of ministry that no one else has. The even crazier thing is that others want to hear about it.

Where the Bulk of Wisdom Lies

The majority of ministry wisdom lies outside your circle (whatever that circle may be). I am perhaps the Poster Boy for large-scale collaboration. Visiting a few hundred campuses and several hundred college ministers in the last few years has helped me encounter wisdom throughout our field. So I’m happy to extol all forms of ministry collaboration – from books to blogs to buddies – but there might be one aspect of this area we need to “RE-Think” more than any other.

Have a Global Impact-Tithe Your Time Online

What if you spent 10% of your time online collaborating with others on how to get better at college ministry? We teach graduating students how to be good stewards of their money. We talk about sacrificially sending our best people to all parts of the globe to pioneer new movements. Yet few people set on reaching university students view spending intentional time online to learn and share with others as a worthwhile cost/benefit.

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