You want the skinny on which bloggers are with me at Lausanne World Congress here in Cape Town. OK. How about 40 of them?
You already know about the Official Lausanne Blog and of course you know about Notes on Lausanne [Outreach Magazine] by Andrew Jones [I can honestly and objectively recommend this one]. Did you know that the most significant conversations are happening outside the plenary sessions??? No, because that post and many others are only available at Notes on Lausanne and thats where the bulk of my posts will go.
But here is the list On-Site Lausanne Congress Bloggers that you have been looking for:
Are you physically in Cape Town at the Congress and yet not on this list? Add yourself and your blog URL to the comments. Lets go for 50.
Want me to take you off the list? No prob. email me tallskinnykiwi at gmail dot com
Thanks to the Lausanne Social Media team for most of the links. Yesterday they made me an honorary member and even gave me a special secret agent badge with special access. Thanks guys. Here's us.
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Hi there! Thanks for making the effort to give us the ‘skinny’ on bloggers here in Cape Town. I recently discovered the most amazing application that allows bloggers to share connect and connect their blogs via a small widget. It was made by SmallRivers (the people who also did http://www.paper.li) and you can find an example on the #atCapeTown website – for the Cape Town Tweeple: http://www.atcapetown.co.za (bottom left). I can just imagine the value of linking bloggers of the Lausanne Movement in this way ;
Greetings, Andrew, thanks for the “follow” on Twitter. Yeah, I’m here at Cape Town. http://codylorance.blogspot.com – I will try to say hi when I see you next. Intimidated, you are extremely tall.
Alas my link is wrong. It’s not relevantblog.blogspot.com, but http://www.marydemuth.com
Still wondering how God will make us run into each other!
Hi Andrew… thanks for your blog on Outreach. Fascinated to read about the way the small groups are breaking away from the big speaker approach. It sounds like a very good model for future conferences.
Iwan Russell Jones (TV producer and Ship of Fools writer) is at the Congress leading one of the small table groups, and he’s blogging for us about the Congress day by day here: http://new.shipoffools.com/lausanne/
Thanks and blessings…
thanks. i will add you all to the list.
And Simon, a mystery worshipper here at the congress would be an interesting post.
I Know that Phil Miglioratti of http://phisblog.net (used to be nppn.org) is there but I have not seen any posts since he got there. Just a couple of tweets.
Here’s one more: http://blog.theseedcompany.org
Posts are from Roy Peterson, president and CEO of The Seed Company (which focuses on national-led Bible translation for those who don’t have the Scriptures in their heart language). Roy is also leading one of the table discussion groups. Andrew, thanks for putting this list together.
Here’s a daily Cape Town blog from an Irish perspective: http://nickpark.wordpress.com/
Hi. i am here at Cape Town! My blog is in spanish: http://danielcalle.blogspot.com
Andrew, uh, my link in the list is pointing to a totally different place – albeit a nice place. Again, that’s http://codylorance.blogspot.com.
I am blogging
A team blog from Cape Town: http://www.irishincapetown.wordpress.com
Thanks for sharing the links, and for posting that handsome pic of our valiant team!
It’s a real joy to have you on board and even better to get the real ‘skinny’ on what’s happen at Lausanne, on the fringes of Lausanne, and in spite of Lausanne!
PS., Every person in the ‘official’ team uses a Mac! Glad you’re also living on the ‘light side’