Monthly Archive: April 2005

the emerging church question

the emerging church question

I’m often asked the question: what is the emerging church? I’ll go on record now, and confess that I’ve struggled with coming up with an answer, hemming and hawing about how it’s amorphous, it’s a conversation, it’s hard to explain,...

Locating the Gospel in Asian America

Locating the Gospel in Asian America

My friend Jeff Jue gave this set of talks, an excellent, clear, thoughtful reflection on identity and theology from his Asian American heritage, partly autobiographical. (Brillant snarky contrast between “Where are you from?” vs. “Where are you really from?”) A...

When Christians Quit Church

When Christians Quit Church

This Charisma article from February 2005, When Christians Quit Church: An alarming number of Christians are staying home on Sunday mornings. Charisma researched how this trend is affecting today’s church, didn’t generate buzz on the first go around in the...

less opinion, more info, first vlog

less opinion, more info, first vlog

Maybe it’s my age, getting older, mixed with travels during the past 8 days to 3 localities, and how that’s triggered more self-consciousness, the debilitating kind. Hard for me to interpret feelings when I’m tired, and the things that have...

postlude to IE21C conference

postlude to IE21C conference

I’ll be blogging about the many things I saw at the Internet Evangelism in the 21st Century Conference last weekend over at ForMinistry’s eQuip blog, and save the space here for my personal reactions, thoughts, and feelings. And I do...

Conferencing in middle Virginia

Conferencing in middle Virginia

I’m at Liberty University for the Internet Evangelism in the 21st Century Conference. I was a part of a panel discussion on blogging with Will Samson, Stephen Shields, Steve Knight and Nick Ciske. Meeting a number of good people here....