Archive for April, 2007

Q notes

There’s a handful of other great notes from the Q in Atlanta, for those who need a reminder (I sure do, tons of top-notch ideas) and those who couldn’t quite get there. Registration for the next Q opens Tuesday, August 14th, 2007. Stay tuned over at fermiproject.com/q or at the new Fermi Blog. [update] Plus, […]

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Q stories in 3 minutes

Gabe: any idea can gain traction and go forward… if you’re not real creative and you hear something that resonates, connect with them, maybe there’s a way to partner.. [the Q team selected stories from Q attendees to talk about exciting things they’re doing to impact culture, each for 3 minutes or less] Daniel: run […]

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Q day 3 last session

James Emery White (President, Gordon-Conwell Seminary) @ 10:06am we live in serious times.. one of most intruging observations about history.. by Christoper Dawson.. there are 6 identifiable ages of the Christian church, each lasting 3 to 4 centuries, resulting with a similar demise.. each ended in crisis.. we live in a transition, a 7th one.. […]

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Q day 2 afternoon session

Michael Lindsay | a new kind of leader author of Faith in the Halls of Power: How Evangelicals Joined the American Elite [sorry, missed this session b/c I was having a great lunch discussion with Bethany Hoang from IJM along with her husband Anthony] Susan Grant (CNN) | media @ 1:22pm re: interactive features about […]

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Q day 2 morning session

Dave Kinnaman (Barna Research Group) | The Brand of Christianity @ 9:09am what people think of Christians.. what Christianity looks like to an outsider, a young outsider.. perceptions of Christians.. thorough research on where our culture is, where it’s going…. current views of Christianity (ages 16 to 29): antihomosexual, judgmental, hypocritical, old-fashioned, too involved in […]

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Crossing the Ethnic Divide

While here at Q, Pastor Ken Fong (EvergreenLA) showed me a copy of a new book, Crossing the Ethnic Divide: The Multiethnic Church on a Mission by Kathleen Garces-Foley. I’m a little disappointed that the amazon.com book description didn’t name the church, Evergreen Baptist Church of Los Angeles, by name [author noted church is named […]

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Q day 1 afternoon session

Donald Miller | how narrative shapes culture @ 2:05pm the making of a story.. there has to be an antagonist, a challenge.. I realized that I’ve been living in a story.. and soon as I got to my goal, the story ended.. the elements that clarify and make a story better is something you can […]

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Q day 1 morning session

I get to the Tabernacle for the Q just in the nick of time. Things start right up at 10:05am with an introduction from Gabe Lyons. Each speaker gets 18 minutes to talk and that’s it [that visible ticking clock can be intimidating.] Gabe Lyons: Q is about you. It’s not about the speakers. Every […]

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checking-in on Virginia Tech

[mirrored from the Leadership Network Learnings blog] I talked with Josh Deng to check-in on what’s happening there in terms of a Christian witness on the Virginia Tech campus. Josh is a Virginia Tech junior (who is Chinese/Asian-American) and on the leadership team of vtONE, an organization that unites the body of Christ at Virginia […]

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largest Korean churches in North America

South Korea has the largest megachurch in the world: Yoido Full Gospel Church has over 253,000 in attendance on an average weekend and a membership of over 837,569. One account says that 11 of the world’s 12 largest megachurches are located in Seoul, South Korea, while another report notes that the top 10 largest megachurches […]

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