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There’s a great video interview with Neil Cole posted up at http://www.shapevine.com right now. It’s been up all week, so it may not stay up for too much longer. Make sure you go take some time to check it out. The video is on the home page of shapevine. Click Here to go watch it.

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Old “BobCast” now posted!

Many of you know that I work part time for http://www.shapevine.com. One of the things that I do for shapevine is what we call live “webcasts” with different authors, and missional leaders. Several months ago I interviewed Bob Roberts, author of “The Multiplying Church” and several other books. Bob is a close friend, and mentor of mine. We captured the last part of the interview. It’s posted below. Feel free to take a watch, and leave a comment about some of the things we discussed…

The quality is a bit crappy…maybe someday i’ll learn how to use Vimeo and upload a nice, clean version.

Shapevine.com, Biblical Seminary, & Sharp Minds…

I had the wonderful privilege of spending a few days with Morgan in Philadelphia last week. We were at Biblical Theological Seminary with the shapevine.com team shooting video of a conference that B.T.S. was hosting. The footage will be edited, and packaged into a wonderful training tool for missional leaders. Click Here to see some information about the conference including the schedule and speakers.

One of most beneficial parts of the weekend was a round table discussion that I was asked to video. Lance Ford, founder of shapevine.com, interviewed Scot McKnight, Brian McLaren, Tim Keel, Darrell Guder, and John Franke about their thoughts on important issues regarding the church in America, and it’s mission. It was very difficult for me to focus on filming this discussion. I kept getting distracted by the profound things I was hearing, and will probably have to edit out several “amen’s!” & “come on’s!” & “that’s right’s!” I snuck out my phone during the interview and got a couple pictures…

From left: Brian McLaren, John Franke, & Scot Mcknight

From left: Scot Mcknight, Darrell Guder, & Tim Keel