eQuipping for eMinistry Events
Mark your calendars or follow the eQuipping for eMinistry Google calendar to know what I’m offering to Cru staff through eQuipping for eMinistry.
Training events are on the schedule for Lake Hart this spring.
- March 21 – Excel and Google Sheets by Bob Mac Leod (noon, EST)
- April 25 – Google Sheets, Part Two by Bob Mac Leod (noon, EST)
We start with Excel & Google Sheets by Bob Mac Leod on March 21st. You won’t want to miss this event. If you’re at Lake Hart, join us in East Main South at noon.
[UPDATE 03/27/2019: Apparently, I didn’t record the webinar. I may have had streaming video only. You can still learn from Bob in a post: Excel / Google Sheets Tips and Tricks 2019]
What Would You Like?
You see I don’t have the topics scheduled for April and May. Here’s some possible topics:
- Security issues
- Photo editing
- Social media
If you have an interest in these future events, comment or email me with your suggestions.
[UPDATE 03/25/2019: Thanks for your suggestions. MailChimp was a popular request but I decided I don’t have the personal bandwidth to offer that just yet. You may still suggest topics.]
I don’t have BAM and other Cru19 events on the calendar yet, but should pretty soon. I will alert you through blog posts.
BIG NEWS: Called to Write 2020
The next Called to Write writers conference is already on the calendar for January 15 – 16, 2020 in Orlando. I know you’ll want to set these dates aside.
Leslie Leyland Fields will guide us. She’s a multi-award winning author/editor of eleven books.
Follow the e4e Calendar
If you follow the eQuipping for eMinistry Google calendar, you’ll be able to keep up with eQuipping for eMinistry events. Click on any date in the calendar for more information.
Thanks so much for your interest and encouragement.
- Contact me if you’re interested in helping with Lake Hart or Cru19 writer events and/or with Called to Write 2020!
- The Hangouts Meet link is http://bit.ly/RecordingBob for up to 100 people. Thursday is my first time using Hangouts Meet for this blog, so thanks for understanding as I learn how to do this. I assume this link will work later, but I might have a new link for the recorded talk. Try the streaming link (above) if you’re having any trouble on Thursday.
- Photo by Estée Janssens on Unsplash