Virtual Conversations and Monastic Islands

Virtual Conversations and Monastic Islands is a netcast on the Allelon site between Alan Roxburgh and myself that Bill Kinnon pulled off when I was in Montreal last month. Alan has been a SUPERSTAR thinker and has helped many of us shape our thoughts and strategies. It was a real honor to have this chat with him [i’m not worthy]. Nice to meet the infamous Bill Kinnon also. I will listen to the netcast when i get a few moments. Off to paint the boat right now.

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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.


  • Chris Stiles says:

    Interesting interview – the spiel around the podcast is also well worth reading I thought – the whole section on being grounded in a local community and then going out, crystallised for me some of the thoughts I had about worshipping where I do currently – versus people I know who seem to all travel into the Centre of London. Though obviously a lot of those churches have local house church structures also.
    One more random thought. People’s involvement in new monasticism will vary across an entire spectrum. So what would a Third Order of missional look like? 🙂

  • Bill Kinnon says:

    The pleasure was mine. Only wish we could have caught up in London, as well.
    The audio will also be up at the iTunes store shortly as a free podcast (search Alan Roxburgh). The m4a file includes graphics and weblinks. (I just love technology.)
    Have fun painting the boat.

  • Mark Priddy says:

    Hi Andrew,
    Just wanted to drop you a note. Great interview, look forward to seeing you in October. Grace, Mark

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