Upstream Collective in Prague: Try the cheese!

The Upstream Collective arrives in Perth for a missions/history experience that is designed to have an impact far beyond the lucky people who are on location.

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Welcome to Prague, everyone.

My question for you to consider:

As the Middle East currently goes through a political transition that mirrors Eastern/Central Europe 20 years ago, what can we learn from the church in Czech Republic that might help us react responsibly and helpfully?

On a less syrious note, my practical suggestion, to help you enjoy the city, is to TRY THE CHEESE, and I am talking about the fried cheese known as "Smazeny Sry". Watch the video of Derek Chapman and myself and dont take me seriously when I say that the C[S]yrillic alphabet started with this great dish.

Andrew, Amy, Hannah and myself being ourselves from Derek Chapman on Vimeo.

And if you are following along with the UPstream Collective, here are some more links:

Participant Blogs include: Dining with sinners, Missions Misunderstood, Missional church network, non modern blog, Almost an M.

Follow: Upstream Vimeo and Upstream Flickr. Twitter is #js2011

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

  • Hi,
    It is really great for you to post it here, a complete list were we can seek advice, info and post about religion and faith which I believe is very scarce in the net, few were engaged in this field of blogging and instead most of them flock their way to business and marketing , which is less important in life.

  • wow, you like cheeeeese!? we got some here in switzerland! if you ever make it here, i treat you with the best cheese in the world! it does not get better! and thanks on the tour on the cameras. i am collecting old cameras, and try to take pictures with them. the only camera i can`t afford: rolleiflex 2,8f 😉
    ahm, and yes, thanks for the links
    ro

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