Michael Frost

July 30, 2007

Michael Frost
If you live in the S.F. bay area, and… (any of the following):

  • have read The Shaping of Things to Come (Innovation and Mission for the 21st-Century Church), or
  • have read Exiles (Living Missionally in a Post-Christian Culture), or
  • follow the blogs of people involved in the Forge Mission Training Network (like Hamo and Hirsch), or
  • listened to any audio of Michael Frost teaching (online or at my learning party last year), or
  • care about changing the church from attractional (“come to our world”) to missional (“we go to their world”), or
  • are interested in applying classic missionary thinking to contemporary USAmerican culture

then set aside Tuesday, August 14th. There’s going to be a gathering somewhere in San Francisco. Michael Frost will be there to lead our conversation. The plan is to gather again in September with San Francisco missionary Mark Scandrette (who was at Soliton ’05), then once more in October with Michael Frost.

The August conversation is scheduled from 9:00 a.m. through 3:00 p.m. Bring lunch money, and cash to help Frosty defray his expenses ($20 suggested). “Very low key and organic. This would be a great conversation for inviting the missional as well as the novice to the subject.” I intend to be there. How about you? Leave a comment!

Jon Reid

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As an American missionary kid who grew up in Japan, I'm a child of two cultures, while not fully belonging to either. This gives me a sightly different view of the world.

6 responses to Michael Frost

  1. usually I would ditch work for such an event but this time I can’t. Maybe I will be able to make some of the follow up sessions.

  2. Yeah, I figured you were already taking time off for Soliton. I’ll keep you posted.

  3. How are you getting there? Where is it, may I go with you, and could we ride the train or would we drive?

  4. I haven’t heard yet where it will be, so it depends. But I would love to have you come!

  5. It will be at First Baptist Church of San Francisco
    22 Waller St
    (corner of market and octavia)
    SFO, CA

  6. Thanks, Gordon!
    In that case Aimee, it probably makes sense for me to pick you up.
    Anybody else?