This week I am in Zurich, Switzerland for 4 days of strategic meetings related to DAWN Europe – getting serious, drinking coffee, talking shop, throwing snowballs, looking at counties on powerpoint presentations, drinking more coffee, thinking about one million new churches for Europe, wondering where the funds will come from, drinking coffee, getting hit by snowballs.
Here are some blog memories of my previous visits to Switzerland:
When I took a 5 km Sled Ride
Teaching Forward Slash
Teaching in Basel at IGW
Writing poetry – I am in Switzerland and You are Not
Teaching at the 4 Square Conference
Attending a MaxLife Party in 2002
I will be back in Switzerland next May to speak at the D-A-CH Congress for Church Innovation.
Largest church in Switzerland is an Emerging Church (DAWN Report)
Interview with YouthWorld Mag: “The challenge will be for the next generation to lead the way – to actually live the life of Jesus in modern day Switzerland – to prove that a life of faith is possible and preferable. It will be a radical step and it will challenge the older generation to take the journey of Jesus seriously. But in the end, if the country follows the young people of faith and the way of Jesus, I believe that Switzerland will be better positioned to give away its gift to the nations.” more from Tall Skinny Kiwi on Switzerland