This week I’ll be hanging out with some interesting folks at the Transform East Coast Gathering in D.C.. I’m anticipating great conversation and missional imaginings taking place with missional practioners from around the country.
Peter Rollins has an interesting thought on the expense of this gathering.
I’ll be speaking at the gathering on Saturday morning. My talk will be introductory thoughts on being missional, kingdom, and being born ‘again’/above/anew.
I’m hope my little (well a little long short video) will be of some encouragement 🙂
I’m so excited to be part of this event with you in some way.
so Ant, I have to ask you a naive question, unrelated to this post, so please forgive me. I understand the tongue and cheek name of the blog captures the tension between the modern negro with the term postmodern. At least that’s what I think. However, I wonder if you think that the negro, as a reader, writer, orator has always been postmodern in terms of her oppositional worldview and critique of hegemonic ideals in the west?