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lilly

sounds like an awesome experience and one i'd be envious of too! how long is it going on ? i'll be over on august 19th, and at GB. martin invited me to create a sacred space! might need to raid your attic/garage for some supplies : ) praying for sunshine and good weather for the festival. looking forward to seeing you and jen!

Chris Jefferies

Wow! That sounds like something we all need to pay attention to. Alan Hirsch would like it, I think. Have you read anything by him? He is interested in the way church embeds itself in culture. One of his little aphorisms is 'missional-incarnational impulse' by which he means going out (missional) and going deep (incarnational).

Music is an important part of culture here in the UK, especially amongst younger people. We need to be totally into that.

I love to see the truth expressed in music, films, novels. It's there! But so many of us miss it, we're blind to it.

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