Evangelism and Discipleship Class
January 23, 2006, 1:17 pm
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Ahhhh, it was a long couple of days at George Fox, but very good, as expected. Todd Hunter was, well, as good to listen to as I had hoped/expected. He’s not a big name dropper, but when a guy talks about the friendships he’s had with Dallas Willard, Richard Foster, Eugene Peterson, John Wimber, George Barna, and on and on and on, it’s a little overwhelming. And as a very natural by-product, it’s clear that Todd is a deeply spiritual man, with a generous spirit.

Todd was gracious enough to remember me from previous conversations and follow up with where I’m at and what I’m doing. When I told him that I’m starting the DMin at George Fox this year (which is what he’s finishing up now), he gave me some hints as to what to expect. It both freaked me out and got me excited at the same time.

Now that I’m back home, I get to crank on some homework. Among the 12 books I’ll be reading over the next couple months are the following:
Post-Christendom by Stuart Murray
The Next Christendom by Philip Jenkins
Carpe Manana by Leonard Sweet


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