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e-merg :: podcast
a global conversation about the future church that is emerging nowa global conversation about the future church that is emerging now
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Welcome to e-merg :: podcast
Tue, 30 May 2006 13:32:55 PDT
~a global conversation about the future church that is emerging now.In each podcast a guest reviews blogs, books, events and more.Schedule::e-merg 01. An interview with Ryan Bolger, co-author of "The Emerging Churches," about his research, the BolgBlog, the National Pastors' Convention, and an online course.::e-merg 02. An interview with Aaron Flores from Santa Ana about The Emerging Church in the United States," the Voiz, and Canvas church.::e-merg 03. An interview with Steve Taylor from Christchurch, New Zealand, about emerging churches in New Zealand, e~mergent kiwi, Brian McLaren's visit, origins of the movement.::e-merg 04. An interview with Karen Ward from Seattle about the Church of the Apostles, e-bay denominations, a New Monasticism Learning Party, and a goth mass.::e-merg 05. An interview with Roger Saner from South Africa about emergent Africa, visits by Brian McLaren and Andrew Jones, and the state of emerging churches in South Africa.Contact detailsE-mail: e.merg at yahoo.com.Voice messages: e_merg_podcast at Gizmo.
e-merg :: podcast :: 05 :: Roger Saner
Fri, 15 Sep 2006 05:37:41 PDT
Roger Saner from South Africa talks about the Emergent Africa
, and FutureChurch
websites, an upcoming event, visits by Brian McLaren and Andrew Jones, the state of emerging churches in South Africa, technological hurdles to African churches joining the global conversation, and a cybermeetup for emerging noobies.
Themes: South African emerging church websites.
Guest: Roger Saner.
Events: Towards a Post-Colonial Church in Africa, Uganda, May 7-18 2007
Music: Acceptance by Eugene Erasmus, and Fall, by Clear. Theme music from Spirit of the New and Jonnys in the Basement, available from proost.co.uk.
e-merg :: podcast :: 04 :: Karen Ward
Fri, 21 Apr 2006 01:52:59 PDT
Karen Ward from Seattle talks about the Church of the Apostles
, a joint Lutheran-Episcopelian venture in the Fremont neighbourhood. They are renovating a former church building into an arts center. Karen explains that the essence of the emerging church is a theological question about how best to represent Jesus within their zip code.
While there probably is no such thing as a typical COTA service, Karen describes a goth mass
there. She relates her journey from Lutheran denominational official to emerging church planter.
Church of the Apostles will participate in a New Monasticism Learning Party
on April 27, as part of the Church Has Left the Building
Themes: Church of the Apostles, Seattle; the future of mainline denominations.
Guest: Karen Ward.
Events: New Monasticism Learning Party, the Church Has Left the Building Conference.
Music: Agnus Dei (Lamb of God) from Ordo
, available from lulu.com
. Theme music from Spirit of the New and Jonnys in the Basement, available from proost.co.uk.
Read more about the Church of the Apostles here
e-merg :: podcast :: 02 :: Aaron Flores ::
Thu, 06 Apr 2006 15:01:04 PDT
Welcome to e-merg, a global conversation on the future church that is emerging now.Our theme is the emerging church in the United States. I am joined by Aaron Flores, who recently published his Master's thesis, "An Exploration of the Emerging Church in the United States," on the internet.Aaron speaks about his research on 200 emerging churches. At his blog, the Voiz, he uses videocasts to look back at his faith journey via pentecostal and Catholic routes. He talks about how Canvas church relates to Orange County, California. The Southern California Cohort that Aaron co-directs recently hosted Ryan Bolger, who compared emerging churches in the United States and Britain. We briefly discuss the relevance of "network" as a feature of emerging churches, using a diagram from Steve Collins' blog, Small Ritual.Aaron recommends the book "The Great Giveaway" (2006) by David E. Fitch.SummaryTheme: emerging churches in the United States.Guest: Aaron Flores.Book: "An Exploration of the Emerging Church in the United States."Blog: The Voiz.Event: SoCal Cohort's meeting with Ryan Bolger.Community: Canvas Evangelical Covenant Church, Santa Ana, California.Music:Fractal Edge's "Here I am," theme music from Spirit of the New, Jonnys in the Basement, available from proost.co.uk.
e-merg :: podcast :: 01 :: Ryan Bolger ::
Wed, 14 Jun 2006 00:35:06 PDT
Welcome to the first podcast of e-merg, a review of blogs, books, and more about the global emerging church.
The theme for this podcast is the question, "what is the emerging church?" I interview Ryan Bolger, co-author of "The Emerging Churches," about the research that Eddie Gibbs and he conducted. Ryan talks about the common features of emerging churches in the United States and Britain, the origin of the global movement, and his course on emerging churches at Fuller Seminary.Podcast Summary
Guest: Ryan Bolger.Books: Eddie Gibbs and Ryan Bolger, "The Emerging Churches."
Events: San Diego National Pastors' Convention.
Blogs: The BolgBlog.Music: "Mary's Baby," by Spirit of the New; "Justice," by Jonnys in the Basement. Songs available from :: proost ::