Check out our growing list of Christian Formation Links -
You can click on the links tab above or the link here to see our growing list of links. That is only after 1 hour of pre-meetings. It remains to be seen what will all come out if this.
Suggested by Priscilla -
This link will go to a collection of technology tools collected from a technology event at Union Presbyterian Seminary (Richmond) last October
Grease VERY WELL a bundt or tube pan. Cut frozen rolls into quarters and place in pan. Sprinkle pudding all over the dough. *if adding nuts, sprinkle on the dough and pudding Melt butter and mix in brown sugar and cinnamon. Pour over dough. Cover with tinfoil and let rise overnight. Uncover and bake at 350ᴼF for 23-35 minutes until golden brown. Let stand for 20 minutes and turn out onto plate.
Similar to TED (ted.com) talks or NPR’s Story Corps (http://storycorps.org/).
Free website resources you might want to know about
Skype.com. Online web video conferencing service for up to 10 people, available at no cost through CSR and the diocesan offices.
Mailchimp.com. Free online email marketing service www.mailchimp.org. Contact Robbin at email@example.com if you need assistance getting started.
DropBox.com. A free web-based file storage site to use for back up or to share files with other people you choose.
Doodle.com. A free online tool to use when you want to schedule meetings without the hassle of back-and-forth emails and phone calls. For more information contact Robbin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FreeConferenceCall.com. A free phone conference tool. You can invite as many people to the call with a call-in number and pin. FreeConferenceCall accounts also come with FREE conference call recording! So not only is the recording service free, it’s accessible by phone or computer, with no additional charges for downloading. You can distribute, archive or even send recordings to your listeners via RSS and podcast – for FREE.
FreeScreenSharing.com. FreeScreenSharing is a free online meeting service designed for screen sharing, web conferencing, product demonstrations, webinars and more.
Gmail, GoogleDocs— (this can replace and import excel, word, and powerpoint files. This can also do forms.
Google Drive. 5 gigs of free online storage space. Functions like dropbox.
Google Calendar. Share and embed multiple calendars.
Some have asked about the study that I referred to in Monday morning’s session - the study about young adults having experiences that they think are not compatible with what they have been told about God and/or Religion.
Here is the citation - I can get you a copy of the article if you email me: Uecker, Jeremy E., Mark D. Regnerus, and Margaret L. Vaaler. 2007. “Losing My Religion: The Social Sources of Religious Decline in Early Adulthood.” Social Forces 85, no. 4: 1667-1692