How I Have Been Prodded to Live
Wednesday, July 07, 2010
What is MONVEE?
There is still time to sign up for
the Journey Early Engagment MONVEE gathering
this Sunday July 11 at 10:30am. To register, e-mail your name, mobile number and intention to attend to email@example.com.
Here is a preview of what MONVEE is
Jul 7, 2010 1:33:12 PM
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MONVEE is Coming to Journey
MONVEE is coming to Journey! Todd Tolson, shared a couple a weeks ago at a weekend service, one of his responsibilities as our discipleship pastor is to look for innovative and fresh ways to help us connect with God.Last year he submitted an application for Journey Community Church to be a beta-church and over the past 7 months we have been rolling out MONVEE in its beta form in the life of our church primarily through our staff and leadership. To under-gird the philosophy behind the tool we have showed parts of the MONVEE simulcast (that took place earlier in the year ) in 4 gatherings with anywhere from 15 to 70 in attendance that featured teaching from the likes of John Ortberg, Dallas Wilard and MONVEE co-founder Mark Bankord and Eric Parks to name a few The feedback has been incredibly positive! The assessment has been spot on! In addition there have been quite a few surprises where people discovered new things about themselves and uncovered areas of struggle where change and growth are needed. We purposely had participants be from all stages of life, young and old, married, single, divorced to get a good sampling of feedback. Now that MONVEE is out of its beta-phase we are excited to offer MONVEE to Journey, to anyone who has a passion to grow in their relationship with God & others; those with an entrepreneurial spirit; and or those who want to be an early adopter in the future of spiritual...
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