The New Conspirators! Conference 08

 

 

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The New Conspirators: What in the World is God Doing?

God is conspiring through a new generation to reimagine and create new expressions of discipleship, community, church and mission, and to make a difference in our rapidly changing world. At this festival of imagination, we will being together leaders from the emerging, missional, mosaic and monastic streams of renewal to explore new models, discuss tough questions and create ways to be a difference and make a difference in our churches, communities and God’s world. As far as we know, this is the first time that such a broad range of new conspirators have come together to communicate, connect and create with one another.

We have three very clear goals for this festival of imagination:

1. to communicate creative models of what new conspirators are doing to address these challenges;

2. to connect leaders from all four streams in order to share lives, stories and concerns;

3. to create new ways to advance God’s new order in our world, in our lives and in our churches, in response to the growing challenges facing the poor and the planet.

This event is sponsored by Mustard Seed Associates. Our partners include: Emergent Village, Mars Hill Graduate School, Northwest HotHouse and Trinity Lutheran Church. Course credit is available from George Fox Evangelical Seminary, Northwest University and Seattle Pacific University.

 

The New Conspirators: What in the world is God doing?
Bethany Community Church in Seattle, WA,
on February 28, 29 and March 1, 2008
For more information visit: thenewconspirators.wordpress.com
REGISTER online at: thenewconspirators.eventbrite.com

Join new friends at this festival of imagination to communicate, create

and connect to what God is doing through this quiet conspiracy.

2 responses

2 01 2008
armand36

Do you have any space in your vision of “what in the world God is doing?” for how ordinary folks carry on a co-creative role in their everyday (mostly secular) work? I’ve read Dennis Bakke’s Joy at Work; doesn’t he have some connection to Mustard Seed? Another reference is my After Sunday: A Theology of Work. …Armand Larive

28 01 2008
Tim Price

Tom,
Wish I could come to the conference. I wish there were people in my area that were wanting to take a new a fresh approach. I will hold hands with anybody who is serious about following Jesus.

Please come an check out my site and see what you think. I am an author, published my first book 2 years ago: The Diluted Church, calling believers to live out of their true heritage. I am now working on another book: Kingdom Living, the subversion of the world.

So your conference would be right up my alley. Please get in touch with me. I am a publisher and I would love to help you if I could.

Tim Price
WWJK? (see my site about this detail)

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