Easter People #17: LIVE from the e-Formation Conference
Easter People #17: LIVE from the e-Formation Conference

Easter People live show

This is it—our very first live episode! We all had roles to play at this year’s e-Formation Conference, so we thought at the end we’d put on a show. 

In this very special taping we welcome guests Tim Schenck (@FatherTim), rector of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Hingham, MA, and the creator of Lent Madness, and Nancy Frausto (@shmily_44), an Episcopal Church Foundation fellow and priest of the Diocese of Los Angeles, as fellow Easter People.

Our expanded panel (though only slightly so—Randall had to run to the airport after the opening credits) talks about their hideous tech blunders and plays a Twitter/texting acronym game you’ll have to hear to believe. (Thanks to Social Media Today and NetLingo for helping us decode.)

Thanks to everyone who tuned in live via Google Hangout (sorry about the bandwidth issues!). Thanks to Chris Hamby (@Chris_Hamby), who co-produced this episode with Kyle, and Nick Roosevelt (@nick_roosevelt), who managed to pipe in some of our theme music for the live audience.

Thanks to Nurya Love Parrish (@nurya) for letting us use her photo on the blog. Thanks to the team who so ably played our game with us:

And thanks to all our terrific live audience. We had a blast, and we hope to do this again someday. Thanks for listening to our show.

Green Shoots:

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Randall Curtis (@randallcurtis), Jason Evans (@jasonevans), Lisa Kimball (@kimball_lisa), and Kyle Oliver (@kmoliver) are four friends who work for the church but not in a church. They get together a couple times a month to talk about the stuff that matters to them: faith, culture, learning, and service.

Image credit: Nurya Love Parrish (used by permission)

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