Totally delighted this morning to check out Vineyard Church Sutton where Jason Clark is the Senior/Founding Pastor
Monthly Archives: January 2004
Got this via Jason Clark who credits imagine! .. anyway, good stuff … Father Richard Rohr (Franciscan father from the States who spoke at last year’s Greenbelt). This is his “five messages that a teenage boy needs to learn to … Continue reading
Thanks to Mark Norridge who posted this on >article which focuses on the Old Testament Sciptureson the Organic Church blog
I’ve never really followed USAmerican elections or Presidential race. The last jolt may have come during the Bush-Gore Episode – “What’s going on here?” was the popping question. Now, just having a glance at PRIMARY RESULTS: Delegate Scorecard makes me … Continue reading
Plan to read A Big Theory Of Culture: A Talk With Brian Eno tonight …
Thanks Justin Baeder for this idea: Purpose: To allow people to explore Christian spirituality in a multisensory, move-at-your-own-pace environment of immersion in Christian word, symbol, and practice. Format: 12 or so stations set up in a large but cozy room.
Lots of resources on this area from Father Thomas Keating in Contemplative Outreach Website (yes … it’s ok to learn from a Roman Catholic Cistercian “Trappist” priest)
“See, I’m a little nervous about the “emerging” leadership discussion, because I think our reaction against the “authority and control” leadership style, is to just simply NOT LEAD. Leadership in itself is not an evil. Vision is not evil. Mission … Continue reading
“America’s self-help gurus are making millions. Francis Wheen traces the rise of mystic mumbo-jumbo…”, for more read Would you buy a way of life from a guru?
“After a lifetime in the church and 28 years as full-bodied participant, here is my suggestion: whatever one’s diagnosis about the leadership disease, the answer is not to throw it out. A better option, in my view, is to locate … Continue reading