Am thrilled to announce the release of the new book, co-authored by myself, and Paul Sparks, and Tim Soerens. “The New Parish: How Neighborhood Churches are Transforming Mission, Discipleship and Community.” This project emerged out of loneliness, developed into friendship, and has blossomed into resurrection hope for joining God in our neighborhoods, and finding fresh […]


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Inhabit Conference 2013
Inhabit: The Art of Parish Renewal April 19-20, 2013, Seattle, WA The last two years the Inhabit Conference “Sold Out!”  Hundreds of parish leaders gathered to celebrate the move toward a more embodied, participatory, and sustainable way ...
Come Hang out with Mark Scandrette
On June 30, 2011 (Thursday) you are welcome to come over to my place and spend the evening with others committed to being formed in the Way of Jesus.  Mark Scandrette will be with us, ...
dwight’s top ten books of 2013
Here's my list of books picks for 2013, (once again have included a few books published the year before which I didn’t get to until 2013). 1.God, Sexuality, and the Self: An Essay 'On the Trinity', ...
back home
Well, we're back and beginning to recover from jet lag after our first trip to the African continent.  Lynette, Pascal and I got to spent the better part of July in Kenya, with a few ...
“The Seattle School” has arrived
I’m excited to inform you that as of the beginning of last week we officially changed the name of our school – Mars Hill Graduate School is now The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. ...
Majora Carter on staying in the neighborhood
Here’s another great TED talk delivered by Majora Carter. Peace, dwight httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyYjI7zQlaA