Convene Communities could not be more excited to announce the launch of the next two communities. These communities will be Convene Christians and Convene Soccer.
Matthew Currin describes Convene Christians the following way. “These are truly exciting times to be alive. The world is changing and we are transforming too. This community of like-minded Christians will give you a platform to raise questions and get solutions to your quest. It will allow you to Break through your BARRIERS of life with the help of other Christian’s and many Christian leaders.” Convene Christians will become a virtual community of Christians learning through real life experiences of others and the experiences that we learn in the bible guided through the words of our Lord and Savior.
Improve your life in the following areas:
Marriage and Relationships
Family, Parents, and Children
Business, and Career
Money and Personal Finance
Nature and the Environment
Education and Personal Growth
Health and Well Being
Brayden Currin describes Convene Soccer by saying, “Convene Soccer is not only applicable to players, but coaches and parents as well. Coaches can browse the community and learn to tackle various coaching problems, such as what formation to run with the given talents on the team. Parents can learn how to handle setbacks that their young player faces or how to teach their player to handle the pressures that accompany the youth soccer world. The possibilities for shared learning through Convene Soccer are endless.” The community will also focus on referee training.
Here are some other things that Convene Soccer will help with:
- Positioning with and without the ball
- A team learning to run a new formation
- Team offensive and defensive shape
- Attacking strategies
- Defensive strategies
- Learning to run an off-side trap
- Learning to run different free kick routines
- Learning corner kick plays
- Reviewing questionable calls
- Learning from missed calls
- Learning to deal with questionable situations
- Learning how to diffuse confrontation with players or coaches
- Learning from professional referees
These communities will launch in January 2016.