Free Webinar: Our New Virtual Reality: Discipling People Online
Date: Thursday, March 19th
Time: 3:00 pm (Central Time)
Hosted by: Bobby Harrington
Join Bobby Harrington with Online Campus Pastor of Saddleback Church, Jay Kranda, and Third Drive’s Christian Ray to learn how to disciple people online.
In this free webinar you will learn:
- Best practices for online services. Learn especially how to use Zoom and Facebook Live.
- How to use Facebook “watch parties.” Host these online parties in small groups and allow everyone to invite friends.
- How to facilitate weekly online small groups. Move people, including newcomers, from “watch parties” to weekly groups.
- Best small group practices for using Zoom and Google Hangout. Pick the best online platform for your groups, including creating breakout sub-groups on Zoom.
- Key insights for meaningful digital discipleship. Take with you four keys to meaningful online disciple making.
Register below to join this free webinar.
- Jay Kranda has served as Online Campus Pastor at Saddleback Church (where Rick Warren is Lead Pastor) since 2012. For several years, Jay has been overseeing 1,000 online groups. Jay is a young, tech-savvy leader who understands how to connect with those who live in cyber reality. Plus, he knows how to translate what he does for other church contexts.
- Christian Ray is a pastor, entrepreneur, and co-founder of Third Drive. He helps churches take their Sunday services online and set themselves up in cyber environments.
- Bobby Harrington is the point leader of Discipleship.org. He is also the founding and lead pastor of Harpeth Christian Church (by the Harpeth River, just outside of Nashville, TN) and a co-founder of renew.org. He is an experienced church planter, coach of church leaders, and the author of over 10 books on disciple making, including DiscipleShift that he co-wrote with Jim Putman and Robert E. Coleman, Discipleship That Fits: The Five Kinds of Relationships God Uses to Help Us Grow, co-written with Alex Absalom, and The Disciple Makers Handbook, co-written with Josh Patrick.