Sunday, January 08, 2006


Today I leave on the first of ten trips in the next eight weeks. I could use prayers, as could Julie and the kids:

1) San Francisco (meeting with a publisher for Emergent)
2) Washington D.C. (meeting at Sojourners)
3) Dallas (visiting Journey, friends, and preaching at UBC-Waco(on 1/15))
4) Los Angeles (meeting with S3K)
5) Chicagoland (speaking at Wheaton and meeting with up/rooted)
6) Denver (visiting Pathways)
7) North Carolina (speaking at Campbell University (2/3))
8) New Haven (Emergent Theological Conversation)
9) San Diego (National Pastors Convention)
10) Los Angeles (Via Vita Conference)

I hope to see some of you at some of these...


Blogger Steve said...

Tony, will your talk at Wheaton be a public meeting? I'm within driving distance and might be able to make it.

2:08 PM  
Blogger PA said...

Wow, that is a lot of self-sacrifice as you miss so much time with family. I'll be thinking about you.

5:07 PM  
Anonymous Existential Punk said...

Tony, when will you be in DC? are you gonna have time to come down to Richmond from DC? Adele

7:48 PM  
Blogger sam andress said...

Tony...I enjoy your posts and all that is happening within "emergent." I am studying at Fuller and hope to be able to come to the via vita conference. I'll be at the theological conversation at Yale. I listened to last years with Brueggemann and it resonated deep within. Especially your opening remarks. Hope to me you at the conference.

12:48 AM  
Blogger MOL Junior said...

you will see me in dallas, tony. actually, you will see more of me than you bargained for, ashtere's a 50-50 chance that i'll be wearing pants.

3:32 PM  
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Anonymous Mathias said...

God bless your trip! I pray and hope that you feel secure and all right in serving the Lord in this wonderful way.

Greetings and blessings from an emerging blogger in Finland.

1:31 PM  
Blogger Craig said...


I have a friend in East Texas whose youth group is going through "The Sacred Way," this weekend, and I'm one of the leaders. I'm loving the book and was excited to be exploring it with students this weekend. I then find out you'll be here at UBC while I'm away. If you have a broad definition of irony, this could be considered ironic.

Anyway, it would have been nice to meet you, but I'll be away teaching your stuff while you are here, uh, teaching your stuff.

Treat my people well,
Craig Nash.

8:29 PM  
Blogger Sonya R. Chisenhall said...

I was amused when I ran across your site. I thought to myself, this can't be the guy who wrote "The Sacred Way". Apparently it is. Just wanted to let you know that I really appreciated your book. I keep it close at hand. I read it when I finally got to the point in life where I realized my need to work on the spiritual disciplines. Your book encouraged me but also gave me a new look at old practices that I didn't even realize existed. It's been a while since I've had a silent retreat and I'm looking forward to doing one soon in the future. Not only am I taking my Bible and journal, but I'll be taking your book with me to explore those things a little more deeply. Thanks!

12:29 PM  
Blogger ScottyB said...

Tony hot.

4:12 AM  
Blogger Meg said...

great job on Sunday at ubc!

2:34 PM  
Blogger Puffer said...

tony, let me know if you have time to catch up while you're at Campbell.

9:05 PM  
Anonymous John said...

Tony, today i had the chance to meet you at via vita. We share a short conversation regarding introducing some of these practices without doing the necessary preparation of the people. I'm glad you could relate.
thank you for the teaching and help in presenting the history and purpose of the practices. I believe they will prove to be helpful to me as i learn to teach more thoughtfully.

9:15 PM  

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