As a person of faith, I’m inspired by the stories told and ideas shared through TED of what people are doing to make the world — and especially our local community — a better place.
I’ve spent some time over the past week, since Wild Goose Festival 2012 ended, trying to capture all of the words and photos and videos and reflections on what was a powerful experience for so many of us.
This year the Wild Goose Festival schedule has been posted online well in advance of the event itself, and I’ve gone through and mercilessly planned out how I’m going to spend my days.
I had the privilege of participating in a VocationCARE training in Asheville last week, hosted by the Fund for Theological Education and featuring The World Cafe co-founders Juanita Brown and David Isaacs.
The three-year timeframe is related to the major generational shifts that are happening in the Church and the radical impacts they will have on faith communities for the future.
I had a great time in Fort Worth, Texas, last week. Over 100 people came to “Pub Theology” night where I was the featured speaker!?
You can start getting a taste for what the Wild Goose Festival has to offer by watching this new preview video!
While I’m fascinated by Cindy Gallop’s assessment of the advertising industry, I’m struck by how these same seven characteristics are also defining for the future of my own industry, the church/religious/faith community industry.
The annual Emergent Village Theological Conversation has been going on this week at Claremont School of Theology in Claremont, California. Here’s my attempt at curating the content coming out of #EVTC.
Lately I’ve been thinking about creativity and intuition — left brain, right brain, and … gut.