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Phyllis Tickle: Speakers

Phyllis Tickle is the founding editor of the Religion Department of Publishers Weekly. Tickle is the author of over two dozen books in religion and spirituality. Her most recent titles are The Great Emergence, How Christianity is Changing and Why and The Words of Jesus, A Gospel of the Saying of Our Lord. She is also the author of the notable and popular The Divine Hours series of manuals for observing fixed-hour prayer.
In this interview, Mo-Ranch Chaplain, Clayton Rascoe, interviews Phyllis Tickle. Clayton asks Phyllis to explain the differences between Emergence, Emerging, and Emergent Christianity. Other topics of conversation include the most important things to know about Emergence Christianity and why members of mainline denominations need to be informed about EC.
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Doug Pagitt is an author in the Emergent Church movement and head pastor of Solomonís Porch in South Minneapolis. Pagitt is also a Senior Fellow with Emergent Village: a generative friendship of missional church leaders around the world and a leading architect of the emergent church discussion. In 2010 Pagitt launched the Doug Pagitt Radio Program on AM 950 in the Twin Cities to discuss theology and culture.
In this podcast, Doug Pagitt is interviewed about his ministry at Solomon's Porch, the theory of The Inventive Age, and the importance/limitations of a church's online presence. Click to listen
Bruce Reyes-Chow is a pastor, speaker, writer, blogger, social networking hack and a dad. From 2000-2011 he served as the founding pastor of a 20/30-something church in San Francisco and in 2008 was elected Moderator of the 218th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). He now makes his way as a writer, speaker and social media consultant.
In this episode, Bruce Reyes-Chow is interviewed about the use of Social Media in the Church. In July, he released a book entitled, "The Definitive(ish) Guide for Using Social Media in the Church."
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Danielle Schroyer is the pastor of Journey Church in Dallas, TX. She is the author of The Boundary-Breaking God: An Unfolding Story of Hope and Promise (Jossey-Bass, 2009) and The Great Emergence study guide. She speaks often on issues of theology, church leadership and emerging communities of faith.
Mo-Ranch Chaplain Program Director, Clayton Rascoe interviews Danielle Shroyer, about her ministry at Journey Church and about Emergence Christianity.
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Neal Locke is currently in his fourth and final year as a student at Princeton Theological Seminary, where he is pursuing an M.Div degree, an M.A. in Christian Education, as well as coursework in medieval language and literature at Princeton University. Locke helps lead and organize the 1st Presbyterian Church of Second life, an online faith community.

Troy Bronsink is an artist and a pastor seeking the way of Jesus. He and his wife, Kelley, and daughter, Eve, live in the Capitol View neighborhood of downtown Atlanta, where they work in community organizing and public education. Troy is a Presbyterian USA minister with 10 years of experience in youth ministry and as senior pastor, a worship leadership and singer-songwriter in both the mainline and para-church worlds, co-leader of the Atlanta Emergent Cohort, & contributing author to the 2007 Baker Emersion release, ďAn Emergent Manifesto of HopeĒ. Church As Art
Clayton interviews Troy Bronsink about Emergence Christianity, music within the Emergent movement, curating worship instead of leading it, and how the artistic process can inform the practice of faith.
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