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THERE{4} LIVESTREAM SCHEDULE

THERE{4} 2021 will be livestreamed for the first time! The livestream is being offered for FREE, but you do need to register to receive access information. The program will run Friday evening, February 19th and all day Saturday, February 20th. All times below are Central Standard Time.

FRIDAY

Welcome & Worship: 7:00 - 8:00 pm*

"Talk It Out" Small Group Questions: 7:50 - 8:05 pm**

SATURDAY

Session 1: 9:00 - 10:00 am**

"Talk It Out" Small Group Questions/Break: 10:00 - 10:25 am**

Session 1 Continued: 10:25 - 11:15 am**

Lunch/"Talk It Out" Questions: 11:15 - 12:00 pm

Session 2: 12:00 - 1:00 pm**

"Talk It Out" Small Group Questions/Break: 1:00 - 1:25 pm**

Session 2 Continued: 1:25 pm - 2:45 pm**

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THERE{4} 2021 FAQ

General

Will this event be in person?


THERE{4} 2021 is a virtual event. We are excited to have you join us!




What will the schedule look like?


The schedule for this year's Livestream event will include a welcome/worship night on Friday night from 7-8pm, CST, which will allow us an opportunity to get focused on the weekend to come, worship with some great music and even check technical logistics. Saturday the conference will run from 9-2:45pm, CST. (Schedule subject to change)




How can I get the awesome swag you have each year?


We have all of our stuff ONLINE this year! You can shop for tanks, shirts, sweatshirts, journals and even this year's Signature Box that includes the 2021 themed keepsake necklace! Visit our store at www.there4shop.com. The Signature Boxes will ship early February, everything else ships immediately!




What is the theme for THERE{4} 2021?


This year we are centering our event around the theme of Abide based on John 15:5, "I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing." We hope each attendee will grow to understand in applicable ways what it means to Abide in Christ.




I will be watching alone, will there be a way for me to connect with other people?


We know this is so important and we are looking for unique ways to help everyone engage and interact. We will share details about that leading up to the event.





Digital Troubleshooting

Do I need internet connection to watch?


• We recommend a minimum connection speed of 10 Mbps. Check your internet connection speed by visiting fast.com. • Limit other devices (phones, tablets, computers, etc.) from using the network that you are using for the web stream. Do not start large downloads or uploads while streaming, and only have one internet tab open on the computer you are using for the web stream




How can I stream?


• We recommend using a laptop or desktop computer. You can also use a phone or tablet. • We recommend using a video cable to send the video signal to a projector or television. You can also use Apple TV or Google Chromecast, but this may slow your connection speed.




What browsers will provide the best performance during the event?


Best Performance: - A device running the most recent browser version of Google Chrome - Mozilla Firefox using an operating system that has been updated in the past year Moderate Performance: - A device running the most recent browser version of Apple Safari - Microsoft Edge using an operating system that has been updated in the past year Poor Performance: - A device running an outdated browser version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge - A device running an operating system not updated within the past year Not Supported or Unknown Performance: - A device using Internet Explorer - A device using an operating system no longer supported by its manufacturer (ex. Windows 7 - A device older than 7 years - Performance of browsers outside of Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Edge are unknown




Video Troubleshooting


• Ensure you have clicked the Play button on the video player. • You can try refreshing the video by clicking “Refresh Video” under the player on the right-bottom corner. • Ensure your computer is connected to the internet by visiting another website that you know works. Ensure your internet browser (Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) is up to date. You may check your browser version by visiting whatismybrowser.com. • Refresh the webpage and try again. Be sure to click the Play button on the video player. If you are still having issues, lower the bitrate of the stream. Access the Settings menu by hovering over the player and clicking on the gear icon. You will see a menu that says “Quality.” Select a lower bitrate to improve your viewing experience. • If you are still experiencing issues after completing the steps above, try using a different browser (we recommend Chrome or Firefox) or use a different device.




Audio Troubleshooting


• Ensure the audio on the web stream player is at 100%, your computer audio is not muted, and your speakers are turned up. • If on a laptop or desktop computer, unplug the video and audio cables to see if sound will play directly from your computer’s speakers. If on a phone or tablet, play a video on your device to see if sound will play directly from the device’s speakers. This will ensure that the audio from the web stream is working.





Livestream

How does the livestream work?


Register at watch.there4gathering.com. This will be the place you'll sign up, access the livestream and find any technical information as well.




How long can I access the videos?


If you have registered prior to the event, you will be able to access the messages for 6 full months.




You say the livestream is "Live". Will it be pre-recorded or an actual live event?


Both! Our worship and emcees will be streaming live, and our talks will be pre-recorded. Our emcees will be interacting with the livestream audience in real time.




When will the recording be available after the event if we choose to host a group on another day?


Yes! Event archives will be available to all registered attendees for 6 months after the event. Just make sure you've registered for the livestream, so you can log-in to access the material!





LIVESTREAM

Digital Troubleshooting

Do I need internet connection to watch?


• We recommend a minimum connection speed of 10 Mbps. Check your internet connection speed by visiting fast.com. • Limit other devices (phones, tablets, computers, etc.) from using the network that you are using for the web stream. Do not start large downloads or uploads while streaming, and only have one internet tab open on the computer you are using for the web stream




How can I stream?


• We recommend using a laptop or desktop computer. You can also use a phone or tablet. • We recommend using a video cable to send the video signal to a projector or television. You can also use Apple TV or Google Chromecast, but this may slow your connection speed.




What browsers will provide the best performance during the event?


Best Performance: - A device running the most recent browser version of Google Chrome - Mozilla Firefox using an operating system that has been updated in the past year Moderate Performance: - A device running the most recent browser version of Apple Safari - Microsoft Edge using an operating system that has been updated in the past year Poor Performance: - A device running an outdated browser version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge - A device running an operating system not updated within the past year Not Supported or Unknown Performance: - A device using Internet Explorer - A device using an operating system no longer supported by its manufacturer (ex. Windows 7 - A device older than 7 years - Performance of browsers outside of Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Edge are unknown




Video Troubleshooting


• Ensure you have clicked the Play button on the video player. • You can try refreshing the video by clicking “Refresh Video” under the player on the right-bottom corner. • Ensure your computer is connected to the internet by visiting another website that you know works. Ensure your internet browser (Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) is up to date. You may check your browser version by visiting whatismybrowser.com. • Refresh the webpage and try again. Be sure to click the Play button on the video player. If you are still having issues, lower the bitrate of the stream. Access the Settings menu by hovering over the player and clicking on the gear icon. You will see a menu that says “Quality.” Select a lower bitrate to improve your viewing experience. • If you are still experiencing issues after completing the steps above, try using a different browser (we recommend Chrome or Firefox) or use a different device.




Audio Troubleshooting


• Ensure the audio on the web stream player is at 100%, your computer audio is not muted, and your speakers are turned up. • If on a laptop or desktop computer, unplug the video and audio cables to see if sound will play directly from your computer’s speakers. If on a phone or tablet, play a video on your device to see if sound will play directly from the device’s speakers. This will ensure that the audio from the web stream is working.





HOSTING

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GENERAL

REGISTRATION

Please note:

*All times are Central Standard Time

**Session 1 & 2 will include speaker talks, worship, emcee interactions, a break and a time for Group Conversation.

"Talk It Out" questions will be shown on the screen or you can find them on the T{4} app.

[Schedule subject to change]

Digital Troubleshooting

Do I need internet connection to watch?


• We recommend a minimum connection speed of 10 Mbps. Check your internet connection speed by visiting fast.com. • Limit other devices (phones, tablets, computers, etc.) from using the network that you are using for the web stream. Do not start large downloads or uploads while streaming, and only have one internet tab open on the computer you are using for the web stream




How can I stream?


• We recommend using a laptop or desktop computer. You can also use a phone or tablet. • We recommend using a video cable to send the video signal to a projector or television. You can also use Apple TV or Google Chromecast, but this may slow your connection speed.




What browsers will provide the best performance during the event?


Best Performance: - A device running the most recent browser version of Google Chrome - Mozilla Firefox using an operating system that has been updated in the past year Moderate Performance: - A device running the most recent browser version of Apple Safari - Microsoft Edge using an operating system that has been updated in the past year Poor Performance: - A device running an outdated browser version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge - A device running an operating system not updated within the past year Not Supported or Unknown Performance: - A device using Internet Explorer - A device using an operating system no longer supported by its manufacturer (ex. Windows 7 - A device older than 7 years - Performance of browsers outside of Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Edge are unknown




Video Troubleshooting


• Ensure you have clicked the Play button on the video player. • You can try refreshing the video by clicking “Refresh Video” under the player on the right-bottom corner. • Ensure your computer is connected to the internet by visiting another website that you know works. Ensure your internet browser (Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) is up to date. You may check your browser version by visiting whatismybrowser.com. • Refresh the webpage and try again. Be sure to click the Play button on the video player. If you are still having issues, lower the bitrate of the stream. Access the Settings menu by hovering over the player and clicking on the gear icon. You will see a menu that says “Quality.” Select a lower bitrate to improve your viewing experience. • If you are still experiencing issues after completing the steps above, try using a different browser (we recommend Chrome or Firefox) or use a different device.




Audio Troubleshooting


• Ensure the audio on the web stream player is at 100%, your computer audio is not muted, and your speakers are turned up. • If on a laptop or desktop computer, unplug the video and audio cables to see if sound will play directly from your computer’s speakers. If on a phone or tablet, play a video on your device to see if sound will play directly from the device’s speakers. This will ensure that the audio from the web stream is working.





DIGITAL TROUBLESHOOTING