Monthly Archives: May 2012

05-28-2012 Tweetchat Compilation

Our second conversation, as is true for most things, decreased in the number of participants but increased in the participation of the participants. We had 112 participants sent 742 updates via the hashtag #dreamumc in our hour conversation, a decrease from last

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05-28-2012 Tweetchat Archive

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05-28-2012 Tweetchat Invitation

For our second Tweetup, we had four questions for the participants, all on the theme of networking through Annual Conferences: Q1: What’s one thing you’d like your conference to know or do in response to #gc2012? Q2: What or who

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DreamUMC writeup on UMNS

Here’s a link to a writeup about the DreamUMC movement on United Methodist News Service LINK: Young Adults + Social Media = Future of the UMC

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05-14-2012 Tweetchat Demographics

As a person of privilege (Becca here, so I’m straight, white, middle class and theologically at home in my geographical context), I am very sensitive to classifying people and trying to cram folks into categories. At the same time, being

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05-14-2012 Tweetchat Compilation

For our first Tweetup, we had three questions for the participants: Q1: What did you learn/takeaway from #GC2012? Q2: How has this new knowledge changed your Dream (vision or hope) for the #UMC? Q3: What’s one achievable change that would make the #UMC a bit closer to

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05-14-2012 Tweetchat Archive

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5-14-2012 Tweetchat Invitation

Welcome to our first Tweetup (Twitter conversation)! For our first Tweetchat, we had three questions for the participants: Q1: What did you learn/takeaway from #GC2012? Q2: How has this new knowledge changed your Dream (vision or hope) for the #UMC? Q3: What’s one achievable change

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DreamUMC is a grassroots effort to effect change in the United Methodist Church. We have bi-weekly twitter-based conversations where all UMC folks are invited to join and let their voice be heard. Click here to learn more.

The movement began after General Conference 2012 and is amplifying and organizing in ways beyond conversation. Click here to learn more.
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