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Brian McLaren “Deep Shift” in Seattle

One of the advantages of being connected with Mars Hill Graduate School is the various events and opportunities that come along. One such opportunity is Brian McLaren’s Deep Shift tour in connection with his latest book, Everything Must Change.  Brian and friends will be stopping in a number of cities about the U.S. and will be in Seattle on April 11-12, 2008.

The organizers of this conferences are clearly tuned in to the emerging conversation as evidenced by their fantastic line-up of speakers and breakout leaders, including:

  • Brian McLaren
  • Mark Yaconelli
  • Shane Claiborne
  • Kara Powell
  • Dan Kimball
  • Scot McKnight

You can find out more by going to the main conference website or click here to register.

Peace, dwight

hear·listen·connect – seattle

Off-the-Map (Jim Henderson & crew) are hosting Hear·Listen·Connect in Seattle Nov. 1-3, 2007.  Among others the conversation partners include: Diana Butler Bass, Brian McLaren, Richard Twiss, Ruth Padilla DeBorst, and Todd Hunter. 

What would happen if we practiced dialog instead of debate?

What if we defended relational space as passionately as we protect our beliefs?

At Hear·Listen·Connect it’s OK to be honest, share your own questions/concerns and have genuine relationship with people who are different than you.

Here are some questions we will explore together at Hear·Listen·Connect:

Where’s the line between acceptance and endorsement and does that even matter?

Is it possible to have an agenda-free relationship and if so, is that OK?

How do you have conversations with people whose viewpoints disturb you?

What do you do when “they” move into your cultural space or you enter theirs?

Peace, dwight 

april 21, 2007 in seattle

Neighborhood Mission Learning Day:

Reimagining Congregational Mission in Today’s Culture with Brian McLaren, Karen Ward, Eugene Cho, and Randy Rowland.

For more info or to register follow this link.

peace, dwight

nov 3-4, 2006 in seattle

November 3-4 is the “You Say You Want a Revolution” conference, sponsored by Jim Henderson and

Lot’s of great people are involved, and I am strongly encouraging the people in my faith community participate in the event.

I will be leading a workshop, and engaging in a discussion of seminary education with reps from Bakke and GFU.

Peace, dwight