Hacking culture takes the world as it is...
...and bends what is to accomplish other things, more things, and new things that need doing. Sometimes, hackers just figure out how do the same things better.
We know people who HACK the MINISTRY because the world is turning and people are learning to love God and serve others where they are, not where they’re supposed to be (whatever that means).
October 12, we’re gathering in Seattle to learn from folks who are hacking the ministry — some of them have been at it for decades, both inside and outside what we think of as the ministry.
In 12 hours — 10 am to 10 pm:
• You’ll hear short, provocative talks from some of the best ministry hackers we know.
• You’ll have time to ask questions, and push back (graciously) if you can’t make sense of the answers.
• You’ll laugh together, eat together, and have chances to trade ministry hacks and (if you want) trade contact info with folks ahead of you, behind you, and right where you are.
• You’ll be in a space where you’re welcome to be who you are — introvert or extravert; internal or external processor; linear or lateral thinker; scholar, seeker, mystic, doubter … anything but a bully, know-it-all, or steam roller.
Solo Tickets are $49, including meals.
Friends Tickets are $99 for three people, so you can come with a couple of friends.
When I said yes to Jesus I didn't realize I was also saying yes to the church, the bible and Christianity.
REDEEMING the “M” Word
Almost 50 years ago I said yes to Jesus. I didn’t realize I was also saying yes to the church, the bible and Christianity. If you were raised in church you might find that incongruous, but that’s because you were raised in Christian culture. I wasn’t.
A SINGULAR ONE-DAY EVENT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
Wine Cellar courtesy of Petr Novák, Wikipedia