Suddenly Seminary – update 4.2

we did it!!!!!!!!! How much fun was that? This picture was the final scene- us looking stunned as habbohotel suddenly shut down (crashed????) and we were frozen in time Was that a SUDDEN STOP to Suddenly Seminary or what???? Unfortunately, at 9pm we were hoping to send off Brad – maybe we could do it…

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Tech Active

Right now, I am blogging from a panel discussion on internet, publishing and social activism on the net, called Tech Active. Cory Doctorow is here. He blogs at one of the worlds most well known collaborative blogs called boingboing. Thanks Wifi and thanks Dan H for the tip.

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Freedup – worship for Greenbelt

I just sent the description of the worship installation we will be creating at Greenbelt Festival in August, as part of the Epicentre Global Roundtable for Emerging Church. Heres a shortened version. “Freedup: A Global Reflex” Around the world, God is freeing up the next generation to be church in a new way, and respond…

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cyberparty at sapphire lounge

party just started – (9pm gmt) at sapphire lounge on habbohotel.co.uk. A teleporter at Suddenly Seminary will take you straight there. Party hosted by Dutchtraveller.

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Our Cyber-Party

Thats me on the bottom right, partying in the Boaz lounge. And it was a lot of fun. Great to see my friends from all over the world and for them to meet each other. Lots of bloggers turned up. Unfortunately, i neglected the actual party going on in my house and it was a…

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Boaz Lounge is open

go there by following directions in last post. the party in my house will be in the 3 rooms over the next 4 hours if you would like to chat with us.

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A virtual 24-7 prayer room

Can someone help? I am setting up a virtual 24-7 prayer room and have run out of time. I was hoping it would be ready for my party tonight – a pizza party in our house and its virtual equivalent in the Boaz Lounge online. If you could, go to habbohotel.co.uk, sign in and get…

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Ed and Fred

Ed and Fred paid me a visit. This is them in my backyard. They are a part of an organization called Frontiers and they are very keen about young people leaving their home countries to spend their lives loving people in the Middle East. We talked about pilgrimage, training, trends in emerging culture. I was…

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Invitation to Suddenly Seminary

Last night was a scream! Fantastic. Thanks to those of you who came to the Boaz Lounge. I think i will open it up again tomorrow (Friday) during our pizza party (7pm to 10pm GMT) for those of you who want a chat. But there is another room i want to mention. . . I’ve…

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We have a Winner

Richard White won. He was the 100.000th hitter on my site on this new location (typepad). Congrats. This all happened very fast. We were thinking tomorrow would be the big day. My son set up a virtual office only hours before we needed it. Hhere are some screen shots: 1. Richard gets awarded his prize…

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o m gosh! its happening tonight

Here it comes. tonight. the 100,000th hit. i am getting emotional now. . . would the 100,000th hitter please be good enough to leave a short comment so we know exactly who you are? Do you want to be with me for the momentous occasion? You need to come over to my office, sit and…

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100,000 hits on new site

Since i moved this site over from blogger.com to typepad.com, i have had almost 100,000 hits. Tomorrow sometime, some lucky person will hit my site for the 100,000th time. Will that be you? I need to think up a special prize. UPDATE: Maybe i should hand out that trophy tomorrow? You would have to come…

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Lunch today with Dr Smite

Dr Smite ordered the sausages and mash. So did I. Debbie had some french type pastry. Simon Jenkins (ala Dr Smite) is the creator of Church of Fools, a virtual 3D church environment that was launched last month (i was there and made some movies). The site has already had well over a million visits…

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New Gmail address

Praise Google! I have been bestowed upon with a Gmail account from Almighty Google, Lord of the Pings, Forboding and Omniscient, Ever-Watchful of Data. Indeed, not a sparrow-sized pixel is downloaded without its knowledge. None can hide from its Dreadful Bots. Its Eye, lidless and sleepless, scans the earth, looking to and fro to see…

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Power Lunch at Westminster Abbey

This is Simon Bell, earlier today, taking out some cash to buy me lunch. Simon is one of the advisors to the Archibishop. He is also a man who looks for a bargain at thrift stores. So when he invited me to lunch at Westminster Abbey, (on the right – a large, spikey building surrounded…

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Kiwi Mission Diet

“The kiwi~mission~diet is simply an spirituality exercise that invites each of us to reflect on our lifestyles and timestyles.” Steve Taylor, who is giving a 3-week challenge for bloggers to eat for half the price and send the leftover (money, not food) to global mission causes. He also provides menus and shopping lists. Where and…

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Emerge, Diverge, Converge

Sounds like a bumper sticker and i pray we never see it in a Christian Bookstore. I am just repeating something i said a few minutes ago. Here is the thought, and i offer it for your perusal, beta-testing and fodder for derision, should i prove to be out of the ballpark. If there were…

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Who’s the Daddy?

I am! This is my first fathers day in my 40’s (did i tell you i turned 40?) and i am milking it for all its worth and then some. My wife and 5 kids are spoiling me today with tea, presents, and time to read a novel. Happy Fathers day to all you dad-bloggers…

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40 Day Prayer Storm

Prayer Storm has begun for the city of London. The London Prayer Net is up and going. I met the couple behind this site in Norway last January. They are hoping the prayer will be a good covering for the Soul in the City mission this summer. Anyone else coming over for Soul in the…

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Kids in Emerging Church

“. . . in a postmodern context we still think primarily about young adults and I wonder if we aren’t on the verge of missing the next generation.” From Shannon’s blog posting about “Girl Talk”

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