Sorry, Kyle

During Question Time at the end of my lecture, Tim Safford (whom I knew from old times in seminary) asked me what I meant by “emergent church” (did I mean, you know, emergent-church as in candles-and-coffee-shops, or something else)? I explained that I meant Emergent as in Emergent/emerging church, the kind of congregation I’ve learned about and talked about with friends from Reconciler and with Jordon (who preached his 500th sermon today) and with. . . um. . . that guy from Oklahoma. What’s his name?

Sorry, Kyle; I totally blanked on your name, at a moment I could have been shining the spotlight on you.

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One Response to Sorry, Kyle

  1. Kyle says:

    Then Kyle went in and sat before the professor, and he said:
    “Who am I, O wise teacher, and what is my family, that you have brought me this far?” 1 Chron. 17:16 (NIV) – sort of

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