Saturday, September 09, 2006

Tony Jones on Tuesday September 19th!!!

We've had a change in plans and Tony Jones -- the National Coordinator for Emergent Village -- will be with us for our cohort gathering on Tuesday September 19th, 7-9pm at Bare Bones Grill in Ellicott City. Here's Tony's bio from the Emergent Village website: As the national coordinator of Emergent Village, Tony connects people within the network, helps to organize events and initiatives, and is responsible for things like maintaining this website. Tony is in the process of getting a Ph.D. in practical theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. Previously, he was the Minister to Youth & Young Adults at the Colonial Church of Edina in Minnesota, the church where he grew up. Educated at Dartmouth College and Fuller Seminary, Tony is the author of Postmodern Youth Ministry (YS/Zondervan, 2001), Soul Shaper (YS/Zondervan, 2003), Read, Think, Pray, Live (NavPress, 2003) Pray (NavPress, 2003), The Sacred Way (Zondervan, 2005), and the editor of several books. Tony serves on several boards, and he is a regular columnist in The Journal of Student Ministries. Tony lives in Minnesota with his wife, Julie, and their three young children. He also blogs at Theoblogy. So come and ask Tony everything you have ever wanted to know about Emergent Village..it should be a great time!!! See you then, Tim P.S. -- If anyone can give Tony a ride to downtown DC (or to Dulles airport) after the cohort on Tuesday 9/19. Please email me. UPDATE: We found Tony a ride. Thanks, Ben.

3 comments:

knsheppard said...

I'm curious, anyone going from near Hopkins? I need a lift!

Mike Lamson said...

I'll be there tonight.

It will be my last night with you as we are moving to Grand Rapids in a couple of weeks.

Looking forward to it! See you there.

Rick+ said...

I so wanted to volunteer to take Tony Jones to the airport... but had a frustrating conflict with that evening.

I hope you all had a good time, and I look forward to seeing you soon.

Our planning for an emergent community within St Marks is continuing. We hope to actually launch an alternative service toward the end of Fall. If anyone in the Columbia-Clarksville-Laurel area is interested in joining the emerging leadership team to help us launch, please let me know.

Grace and peace,
Rick