Archive for April, 2008

Here’s a list (pulled from the tagged churchmoneyfuture) of blog posts related to the topic “church, money, and the future”, they are more or less in reverse chronologically posted order: church, money, and sustainability « beauty and depravity NOT a Zero-Sum Game « aaron klinefelter Sustainability « Chad M. Farrand trampoline: viral conversation The […]

From Chris Marshall: Ordinary Community: Being Ready It is the sense of entitlement that I am speaking against when it comes to vocational roles in ministry. I am not against the idea of being paid, I am against the assumption that its the way it always has been and always will be. God does not […]

I just registered for a new class at Fuller, via Distance Learning.  After this is completed (on June 13!!!) I’ll only have 4 left!  Praise God! Fuller Theological Seminary-IDL Courses MT 520/620: Biblical Foundations of Mission (4 quarter hours) LECTURER: Charles Van Engen, Professor of Biblical Theology of Mission COURSE DESCRIPTION: A central theme of […]

My bookmarks tagged with “churchmoneyfuture” In reference to the aforementioned blogged conversation about Church, Money, and the Future I created a tag on to keep track of the series of posts.

So, there’s a bit of a conversation afoot.  The Reverend Marshall started it off with this post, Brother Evans elucidated in response, The Bishop pondered prophetically(?), Co-Conspirator Steve used the “E” word (as in “Empire”, of course), and Marshall expanded his thinking thusly. Which brings me to my own mental wanderings on the topic.  How […]

Here’s an email I sent to the Via Crucis creators (feel free to comment or email your evaluations and thoughts as well): Via Crucis :: Immersion 2008 is over. Really it is. You’ve probably moved on into new and exciting (or same-old and boring) things, as have I. But we need to put Via Crucis […]



Ministry in the Emerging Postmodern World From: knightopia, 6 days ago | View | Upload your own Sorry, folks, the first upload of this accidentally got deleted by SlideShare! Here it is again … Brad Cecil created this PowerPoint presentation in 1999. Tony Jones wrote about it in his book “The New Christians” (2007, Jossey-Bass). […]