GodBlogCon session on emerging church blogs

I’ll be facilitating a GodBlogCon breakout session this weekend on emerging church blogs. GodBlogCon This session will be on Saturday 11/15, 9:00-10:15am, on the campus of Biola University in La Mirada, California. In which building and which room, I’m not sure yet. I think they’re charging a small administrative fee for the map and location.

I am planning on doing 2 or 3 of the following ::

1. I’ll make an impromptu opening introductory remark of 5-10 minutes, with mention of these links at my website, for starters —

2. Interview with Aaron “thevoiz” Flores, author of , and Andrew “Tallskinnykiwi” Jones (of whom I am under the impression, or illusion, will be there, in person), who is known to have done some high-level briefing about emerging churches around the world.

3. Open it up for dialogue, or “Q&A” in the venacular of most GodBlogCon attendees.

Also, Aaron “thevoiz” Flores will be doing a videoblog session immediately following at 10:30am, perhaps with a live demo of vlogging. And maybe all new material, too, rumored to be about the Spirituality and Discipline of Vlogging.

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7 Responses

  1. Mean Dean says:

    I dunno David, my ‘man on the street’ says you didn’t even recognize here when she waved to you:


  2. Hey DJ, it was great meeting you at the convention. I was just trying to remember the books you and Aaron talked about. There’s Barna’s new one, and Bolger’s forthcoming one, but I feel like I’m forgetting one or two.

    I should have your session recording uploaded tonight, let me know if you’d like me to email it to you.

  3. hwy DJ

    sorry i couldnt make it – hope it went well for you and those who attended.

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