INSIDER SERIES | William Blue, The Potter’s House International Pastoral Alliance

By Rejuvenate Staff, September 1, 2014

In this episode of the Insider Series, William Blue with The Potter’s House International Pastoral Alliance talks about the challenge of planning events for attendees who pay their own way, especially as he sees the cost of travel and event attendance rising. “Everything is going up, but my clientele expects it to stay the same,” he says. Blue also talks about why he’s embracing social media and new technologies as key tools for communicating with the pastors who attend his events. “It’s cheaper, it’s more effective and it’s easier,” he says.

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