Where to start?

In the 51 days since finding out my job is being phased out,  I have applied to exactly one other position (and that was exactly one month ago).  I have spent most of that time learning new skills as time allowed as I work my remaining days here at will soon be “my old digs”.  I plan on continuing my skills acquisition as I prepare to become a more convincing and prepared Web consultant/developer.  I know of several Web consultants that are working with church organizations,  but few of them are from a developer background.  My “consultant” skills would come from my technical skills mashed up with my theological/sociological background.  I seek to become for the church what WIRED magazine was for culture in general.  A watchdog for tools, issues,  and opportunities for the church to leverage Social Networking for the enhancement of formation and telling their story.  I have gotten WIRED magazine since its inception in 1993.  It’s not quite the top notch magazine it was when Louis Rossetto and Jane Metcalfe,  the founders,  but it still has great coverage of just about everything.  I seek to apply my 18 years of computer mediated community-enabling technology experience,  and my theological and sociological education to this task.

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About Theoblogical

I am a Web developer with a background in theology, sociology and communications. I love to read, watch movies, sports, and am looking for authentic church.

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