A Missional Conversation @ Tyndale this Friday @ Noon

kinnon —  November 18, 2008 — Leave a comment

If I was in town, I’d be there. (Which might attract some and repel others, I guess.)

This Friday, November 21 @ noon until 2pm, Tyndale Seminary and the TIM Centre, along with EFC, World Vision and Lausanne Canada present Missional Church: Is there a Global Vision?

It’s being held in Room 1008 – Tyndale University College Seminary, 25 Ballyconnor Court Toronto, Ontario.

Don Goertz, Director of the Tyndale MDiv in Ministry Program (and a very good guy as I remember from his Walmer Church days) and Dr. Irving Whitt, the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada Global Education Co-ordinator will respond to the question, “How does missional church language (self-described as domestic missiology) fit in with global missions?

I’d suggest there’s a lot more to the mission-shaped/missional conversation than “domestic missiology” – which is one of the reasons I’d love to be there. Alas, Imbi and I will be with Dave Fitch – a missional church practitioner himself – in Chicago that day – after filming Dave and Ed Stetzer in conversation the day before. That conversation will be up a couple of weeks after the shoot and available to embed via Vimeo.

More information is available here.



A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

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