here is the schedule for those of you coming to hear me speak tonight at blah.
1. intro: a profound apology (5)
2. tree by the river: a connected theology (10)
3. p.h.a.t.: an apostolic strategy (10)
4. forward slash: a new media epistemology (10)
5. couch grass: a deep ecclesiology (10)
6. storm: a narrative missiology (10)
total: 55-content + 5-drizzle = (1 hour)
Here is the movie of Jonny singing folk songs in USA for you to download and have a laugh. jonnyinusa.mov is a QT File- 9 Meg. Don’t take it too seriously. Original (without Jonny) is at archive.org
background for ‘tree by the river’ frombrooklyn and beyond, by dj kenny mitchell
track 1. movement (lyrics by andrew jones – i like saying that – kenny recorded me in japan and made this track) and
track 7. majesty:shine
(computer screen) sofake.com (with permission)
(story characters) hillmancurtis.com (with permission)
(old movies – coffeeshop (1969), the rapture (1941) and the door to heaven (193?) from theprelinger archives, archive.org
(vj loop) anyone.com
(vj loop) iso brown
p.h.a.t. pattern and tree pattern inspired by bro. thomas wolf’s universal disciple
new media definition from lev manovich (the language of new media)
further info at tallskinnykiwi.com
Nice to meet you all. More links coming.
sounds great – wish i could be there!
Wow. Will it be recorded(voice or vid)? Can we download a copy?
nice to meet you tonight. still mulling, musing and making connections in my head. the picture you painted with the narrative missiology and the connection with peace was my highlight. Thanks.
great evening – thanks. Itwas great to catch uop and hear what you had to say – certainly loads of exciting stuff to think about.
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Andrew, when can we hear this presentation again as I was unfortunately unable to make it? I was so looking forward to attending BLAH.