Tag: brandon o’brien

Strengths of a Small Church webinar now online

For those of you who missed the webinar, The Strengths of a Small Church, with Brandon O’Brien and me, the video is online now.  Tim Avery at BuildingChurchLeaders.com put it up yesterday at their site.  The seminar was well-attended with lots of participation in the comments and chat portions of the webinar screen.  The webinar ran about an hour, so grab some coffee, get comfy and tune in when it’s convenient.

Free Small Church Webinar Thurs, May 6, 11 AM

Only one more day until “The Strengths of a Small Church” webinar on May 6, 11 am to 12 noon EDT.  You can join the almost 500 other participants by registering here.

The free video webinar hosted by Christianity Today’s BuildingChurchLeaders.com features Brandon O’Brien, author of The Strategically Small Church. Brandon’s book is filled with great examples of small churches who have leveraged their size strategically in effective ministry.  Participants will be able to submit questions, and view resources we’ll be discussing, all on the webinar screen.  This isn’t just one of those “listen-to-us-talk” deals, but a full video webinar that I know you’ll enjoy.

I’m Brandon’s sidekick for this gig, and I hope you can join us for the webinar on Thursday, May 6, at 11 am to 12 noon EDT.  (For those of you on the west coast, that’s 8 am, but we’re serving free coffee so that should help!)

Seriously, don’t miss this.  Registration is already record-setting, but the good news is we can take everybody.  The miracle of the internet.  See you tomorrow.

Join BCL’s Small Church Webinar, May 6

Tim Avery of Christianity Today’s BuildingChurchLeaders.com has asked me to co-host a small church webinar with Brandon O’Brien.  The Strengths of the Small Church will air on May 6, 2010, from 11 am to 12 noon. It’s free and you can register here.

Brandon O’Brien, associate editor at Leadership Journal, and author of The Strategically Small Church, is the main guru for this webinar.  O’Brien’s book looks at the inherent advantages of small size in doing ministry.  He cites some amazing examples of churches that stayed small or got small by breaking into small congregations, so they could do ministry more effectively.  Here’s a video promo clip I sent Tim to promote the webinar.  Join us on May 6 at 11 am — it’s going to be fun and informative!