Keep you eyes out for an upcoming theology/technology/culture conversation at Claremont. Follow this link for more information. Philip Clayton and Tripp Fuller are putting together what is looking to be a fascinating conversation. Peace, dwight Here’s a link to the talks.
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A very interesting, and I think very important conversation is about to take place around “the Gospel, politics & the future.”
Here is an excerpt from an email my friend Keelan Downton sent this morning. “This June 8-10, scholars, artists, activists, and pastors will converge on Princeton to envision a course for Christian political engagement over the next decade. We hope you’ll be one of them. Over 60 leaders will guide a strategic conversation and deep meditation to discern what it means to be a prophetic Christian in America today.”
For more details visit: www.ev08.org
If you’re in the Seattle area I hope you’ll join in, you are more than welcome. Register here.
A Three Day Learning Party in the Bahamas with your host Spencer Burke. Speakers include:
N. T. (Tom) Wright, Rita Nakashima Brock and Father Richard Rohr. I will be serving as one of the conversation facilitators.
Follow this link for more info or to register.
Neighborhood Mission Learning Day:
For more info or to register follow this link.
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.
Paul Stienke and I will be sharing our experience of the Younger Leaders Gathering ’06 sponsored by the Lausanne Movement in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with Tom and Christine Sine and the Mustard Seed Associates.
I just received word that I’ll have the privilege and responsibility being one of the North American representatives (mid 30’s and younger) at the Younger Leaders Gathering ’06 sponsored by the Lausanne Movement. This gathering of 550 emerging leaderes from roughly 100 countries will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at the end of September 2006.
As a former student of TV Thomas, Robert Coleman, and Ajith Fernando I have heard many stories from this historic movement, and its importance for the evangelical church. I can’t believe that I get to participate, wow!
If you could bring a question, a concern, or a hope to such a gathering what might you bring? I’m open to suggestions and thoughts.
Mars Hill Graduate School is hosting the Leadership Crucible . . . a leading expereince, Thursday, March 9 – Saturday, March 11, 2006. This will be an interactive exploration into team leadership. I highly recommend it.