OD728 SL 2008.pdf
- Ministry in the Postmodern Matrix Syllabus (Fuller '08)
Mission Shaped Church.pdf
- This is a missions report that Eddie Gibbs, author of ChurchNext
and co-author of Emerging Churches
, pointed our postmoderism class at Fuller towards. It gives an analysis and prediction of different forms of church, both old and new, for the future.
Websites cited in Mnistry in the Postmodern Matrix class at Fuller
Reclaiming the Mission
- the website of David Fitch, church planter and author of The Great Giveaway
The Church and Postmodern Culture
- This is a website sponsored by Baker Books.
Out of Ur
- This interesting blog has a number of writers and contribors, including Scott McKnight.
- These are 10-12 minutes videos by Rob Bell, pastor at Mars Hill. They are thought provocative and experiential, usually covering daily Christian living.
- Emergent Village is a particular "brand" of the emerging church movement and is at the left end of the movement.
Tony Jones' Blog
- Tony Jones is a controversial figure within the emerging church movement, considered to be on the left. He recently stepped down
from his position at Emergent Village
Red Letter Christians
- This is an evangelical movement that seeks to uphold the teachings of Jesus, particularly on social issues. They seek to not be beholden to the political left or the right.
- The website of the church that JR Woodward planted in East Hollywood.
- A relational network of churches, leaders, and movements to equip, partner, and multiply missional churches; Keith Matthews and JR Woodward are a part of this
A Primer on Today's Missional Church
- A blog post of JR Woodward giving missional resources
The Association for Christian Character Development
- A website of Dallas Willard and Dan Tocchini on transformation
- Website created by Spencer Burke.
Additional Blogs/Sites on Postmodernism & MInistry
Blog - An outgrowth of the ministry of Mars Hill (Mark Driscoll). Driscoll and Mars Hill (Seattle) are considered to be on the right, fundamentalist end of the emerging movement. Suggested by Wes Woodell
- A fellowship of churches dedicated to reaching contemporary culture, establishing new communities of faith, and equipping existing churches. Suggested by Todd Spencer.