GA Video Blog: Behind the magic curtain! Meet the streaming video team

During the 2011 General Assembly conference of the Unitarian Universalist Association I conducted a video blogging experiment in partnership with the UU World Magazine.  If you watch and share these videos, please share feedback with me.  Are these interesting, helpful, relevant? I want to know!

This is video #14 in the series.

Video description from post on UU World GA blog:

This General Assembly I’ve had the pleasure of working with UU World and other UUA staff, and some of the volunteers who make the technology powering GA work. I conclude  our video blog experiment—14 videos over 4 days—with a tip of the hat to the tech wizards behind the plenary curtain.


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GA Video Blog: UUA Addictions Ministry Team

During the 2011 General Assembly conference of the Unitarian Universalist Association I conducted a video blogging experiment in partnership with the UU World Magazine.  If you watch and share these videos, please share feedback with me.  Are these interesting, helpful, relevant? I want to know!

This is video #13 in the series.

Video description from post on UU World GA blog:

You may have heard about The Addiction Ministry Handbook published by Skinner House books, but did you know the UUA has an Addiction Ministry Team? Therissa Libby, a member of this team, explains their work and ministry and how to find related resources.


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http://www.uua.org/ga/2011

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GA Video Blog: Growth tips from Vero Beach, Fla.

During the 2011 General Assembly conference of the Unitarian Universalist Association I conducted a video blogging experiment in partnership with the UU World Magazine.  If you watch and share these videos, please share feedback with me.  Are these interesting, helpful, relevant? I want to know!

This is video #12 in the series.

Video description from post on UU World GA blog:

It was hard to miss the team from the Vero Beach, Fla., congregation in their bright pink shirts. In this segment I learned why this growing, entrepreneurial congregation gives away the offering plate and uses a “celebrated speaker series” to cover their mortgage.


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http://www.uua.org/ga/2011

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GA Video Blog: ‘Two Who Dared’ shares UUSC founders’ story

During the 2011 General Assembly conference of the Unitarian Universalist Association I conducted a video blogging experiment in partnership with the UU World Magazine.  If you watch and share these videos, please share feedback with me.  Are these interesting, helpful, relevant? I want to know!

This is video #11 in the series.

Video description from post on UU World GA blog:

UUSC founders Martha Sharp and the Rev. Waitstill Sharp are being brought to back to life to tell their story via archival photos and audio and video footage. In the new film Two Who Dared, audio recordings of the Sharps are used to narrate. In this segment, the Sharps’ grandson and great-granddaughter tell Peter Bowden about the film and educational project.

(See also UU World‘s profile of Martha and Waitstill Sharp, Summer 2006.)

 


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See full coverage of the 2011 General Assembly:
http://www.uua.org/ga/2011

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