19
Nov
07

Joe Myers Interview by Sally Morgenthaler

Joe MyersJoe Myers, author of Organic Community and The Search to Belong, will be interviewed by Sally Morgenthaler on www.shapevine.com tonight at 9:00pm Eastern. This should be a very engaging conversation. I guess I’m going to have to DVR Heroes tonight.

If you haven’t read any of his books you should. They’re incredibly insightful with regard to space, intimacy and community. He explores concepts that church leaders rarely consider.

I had the pleasure of meeting the lovely Sally Morgenthaler recently and we really had a wonderful conversation about the arts and the missing minority (Asian) voice in emergent/missional conversations. She’s most well known for her book, Worship Evangelism written back at the height of the worship wars but she’s provided many significant articles for Christianity Today and Gifted for Leadership. For those in pastoral ministry I highly recommend reading her very personal article for CT, Behind Closed Doors.

Both Joe and Sally think differently and are creatives at heart. Check them out. Thanks Todd. . .

Link:
Joe Myers: The Language of Belonging


Update
: I must have missed something but Joe Myers wasn’t being interviewed rather missional thinker, Alan Hirsch was on the line. Oh well. Still some good thoughts there.

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