Suddenly Seminary – thanks

UPDATE: thanks for turning up. Nice to chat with you!

coffee Tuesday 14th (not 13th – oops) at 7pm London time. Password this week will be “boaz”. Nothing heavy to download or prepare for this week. Just turn up and lets chat. Come and see my new coffee machine and have a cup on me.

How to get there? Habbohotel.co.uk – go to guest room called “Suddenly Seminary”. Type in “boaz” when it asks for password. Come in, grab a coffee and a seat. Next Tuesday I will be in Portugal and will not be around.

Andrew

Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.

4 Comments

  • Great to meet everyone, and thanks for the virtual space, Andrew! It was cool to see that we have friends in common, and I had to go to an English chat to meet a new friend just down the road from me in North Carolina. Thanks to everyone for dealing with the n00b and helping me with the new coffee machine.

  • NanoChurch is about everyday life. Our relationships and the webs we knit for ourselves. NanoChurch is “seeing church” in our relationships rather than in our organized gatherings. For example, I have a friend who I meet with once a week informally. Nothing routine. We fellowship, sometimes we pray together, cry together and have a beer together. This is church. It doesn’t have a name. But it’s church. Bring one more person involved and you have another church. Life is full of NanoChurches.
    We love the House Church movement, but do they really even meet in homes anymore? No they are all around us in our relationships.
    In fact this comment was a part of a NanoChurch relationship. Where 2 or more are gathered He is there in our midst. It’s real. It’s fellowship. It ‘s NanoChurch.

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