DCC October Webinar Networks Part 2

Networks Part 2:
Creating a Network Culture

Listen to the archived recording here

In part two of this two-part webinar, we will review the essential aspects of Upside-Down Kingdom networks and talk about how to facilitate and sustain an organic, decentralized network.

We'll talk about how the RdC Network movement in Latin America was born and how it has evolved. Come ready to share your own experiences with networks and learn how to link in to a network.

Interactive Webinar with
Tom & Dee Yaccino

Tuesday, October 7th
2:00pm Eastern, 1:00pm Central

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Join us as we continue our 2014 series and explore the theological motivation and foundation behind integral ministry.


Del Camino Connection's "Conversations Along the Way" Webinar Series is an on-line space where we explore what the Kingdom of God teaches us about walking together with ministry partners.

Our 2014 Theme is Exploring Integral Mission. We believe that God's heart is for ministry to be done wholistically- incorporating evangelism, discipleship, and community transformation in a local context.

Previous Webinar Series:
Development 101: Demystifying the Buzz-Words Last year we explored how international development models have become popular ministry frameworks for many churches looking to engage in important global issues.

DCC's Essential Practices for Healthy Partnerships Knowing how to relate to one another and operate from within a Kingdom framework is one of the most important steps individuals and churches can take to stay on course in partner relationships.



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