French toast, Saturday Morning and the Emerging Church

Saturday morning.

I made French toast out of a single pan loaf, like I always do on a Saturday morning.

Then I read the text from Kevin Ward’s lecture “It may be emerging but is it church?” and drank some coffee.

Then I read Bruce Hamill responding to Kevin Ward with some interesting thoughts on incarnation and a missional stance to culture.

So on Bruce’s comments I pointed out my poll taken with emerging church folk and their understanding of Christ and culture because I thought that would be helpful.

I haven’t eaten any French toast yet, but my kids did.

Now I am reading about myself on Kingdom Journalism.

Off to work on the truck. I still didn’t get any French toast. Sometimes cooking it feels like eating it.

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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.


  • bea says:

    andrew, i love hearing about your relationship with food and cooking. your food rituals and rhythms have often inspired us. we now have ‘fat wednesday’ when andy always cooks carbonara (and he cooks the best carbonara ever!).
    hope you have a good day with your truck – any chance it will swing by sheffield so i can see that wonderful family of yours? and andy could cook carbonara too (if it’s a wednesday!).
    love bea

  • Joahua Rudd says:

    I always find it a bit suspicious when the cook refuses to eat their own cuisine. 😉

  • andrew says:

    no wonder i am so skinny!

  • Victor says:

    Andrew that video project sounds so good. Can I ask what camera you’ll be using? I just bought a Canon HV30 and have been impressed with the little thing so far.
    The French toast also sounds good.

  • Andrew. Thanks for the links (plugs) to Kevin’s lecture and Bruce’s response. Muchly appreciated.

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