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Thanks Jonny for echoing what I've been hearing from a host of sources recently.

Hooking up with Steve Hollingshurst in about half an hour - connecting him with Jahneen Otis, an amazing worship leader I'd love for you to meet. She's the one who did the first setting of the Eucharist to hip-hop back in 2000 by giving some kids in an afterschool program the change to create a service that spoke to them. She doesn't call herself emerging but everything she does shows forth God's love.

fresno dave

Thanks so much for this, a huge inspiration.

And if only we all would read St. Margaret of Wheatley:


Saju Muthalaly

Thank you for this post Jonny, and for recommending 'the great emergence'. just ordered a copy and looking forward to reading it.


Thanks for this.

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