Friday, September 19, 2008

Making Jesus in our Own Image



Came across this image at emergent village

4 comments:

Lewis said...

Hi Jon. There are a whole host of these posters. I found their source webpage @ http://www.spurgeon.org/~phil/posters.htm - just in case you wanted a squint.

Hope all is well mate,

God bless
Lew.

Amy Sherman said...

Dear Jon,

I recently discovered your online presence and see that we have some similar interests and concerns. I wanted to contact you for two quick reasons:

1) To let you know about www.FASTENnetwork.org -- a clearinghouse with very extensive (and mostly free) resources for community ministry practitioners;

2) To ask you for your mailing address, as I would like to send you a free copy of my devotional booklet, Sharing God’s Heart for the Poor: Meditations for Prayer, Worship, and Service. If you email me, I'd be happy to send you an e-version of one of the devotionals.

I’ve been involved in church-based community ministry for twenty years; founded and formerly directed an urban ministry in Virginia; and now serve as a “minister to ministries” by offering capacity building services. (For more info, see my website at www.CenteronFIC.org). My team and I spent years putting FASTEN together (with support from the Pew Charitable Trusts and others) and want to see the site better marketed. If you take a look and find it valuable, I’d greatly appreciate your mentioning it in your blog/website/newsletter. Ditto for my devotional booklet, which sells for $3/each plus shipping. I offer discounts for groups that wish to purchase it in bulk. I’ve sold over 20,000 of them and they are often used as preparatory materials for short-term mission trips and in adult Sunday School classes.

Thanks so much for your consideration of this.

Blessings,
Amy Sherman, Ph.D.
bsaunders@ntelos.net

Ellen Loudon said...

thought this might be of interest
http://opensourceresearch.blogspot.com/2008/09/emerging-church-as-barrier-to.html
you might already have seen it!?

Jon said...

thanks for that, Ellen. I'll check it out