Part 2 An excerpt from, an essay I wrote in 2009 for the John Fuder and Noel Castellanos book, A HEART FOR THE COMMUNITY: NEW MODELS FOR URBAN AND SUBURBAN MINISTRY. Discussion and critique invited. See yesterday’s post for part 1. My Journey I grew up as a teenager in the idealistic and embryonic dawning of … More Ending Racism with Counter-culture Gospel Ministry: Part 2
Wednesday is for Prayer I am in Wisconsin training church planters and church planting leaders with Dynamic Church Planting International. These training events are always a delight and fuel my heart for Jesus and the Kingdom. I resigned from New Song Church for this very purpose, to invest in the next generation of church planters. … More Are There Distinctive ‘Evangelical’ Issues for a Theology of Mission?
Monday Discussion Thesis: Seminaries are not Structured to Deliver the Right Kind of Graduate for the Mission of the Church. Over the last almost 30 years, I have had the unspeakable privilege of lecturing, and teaching at three different seminaries. I am eternally grateful to God and to these institutions for the honor of having … More Leslie Newbigin’s Radical Insight Into Seminary Curricula