2010 (January) Audio Resources

Thanks to JR Rozko, we have audio from all the 2010 Non-Conference sessions, including the extended times of discussion, as well as the notes he took during the lunchtime discussion of missional approaches to theological education.

Notes from Theological Education Discussion:

Missional Theological Education Discussion Notes (PDF)

Audio Resources from the Commons

Book Discussion: The Next Evangelicalism by Soong-Chan Rah


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Crucial Practices for Deeper Churches (Eucharistic Economics)


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Sharing a Deeper Gospel in Post-Christian Contexts

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Should Deeper Churches Have Paid Staff?

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How Can Deeper Churches Become Multi-Ethnic?

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  1. […] Thanks to Ben Sternke who put the missional commons site together, you can find audio from all of the sessions here. […]

  2. […] I began last weekend by asking the question, “Should missional church leaders be paid?” As I pointed out then, this topic has been broached recently by David Fitch and JR Rozko (who are part of the same church community, Life on the Vine), who both touched on reasons for declining full-time payment as missional leaders. At Life on the Vine, leaders intentionally practice bi-vocationalism. In tune with those posts, Michael Carpenter reflected on how the professionalization of ministry can rob non-professionals from a sense of calling to the vocation of ministry. Todd Heistand then contributed a very helpful peek into the life of a bi(tri)-vocational church leader. Finally, at the Missional Commons Non-Conference in Fort Wayne, this questions was addressed by a panel including Matt Tebe, JR Woodward, and Bob Havenor. You can listen to the audio of that panel discussion by clicking here. […]

  3. […] the gathered life of which extends throughout the week.  This distinction was a key facet of a missional church gathering at which I spoke recently.  It seems that what Jones offers us here is an historical and theological grounding for deeper, […]

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