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Current Issue---Dec 1999
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Publisher's notes --- Dec 1999
Three new contributors have graced our pages for this month's issue. Eric Stanford, e-lancer from Colorado Springs, reports on the new wave of Gen-X churches. He has joined our ranks of contributing editors. Andrew Careaga, e-evangelist and author, writes on the cutting edge of church life, the cyberchurch. Dann Pantoja, CEO of Waves Church (see last month's profile) writes on the paradox of postmodern leadership.
David Hopkins, contributing editor, examines the
influence of Francis Schaeffer, the last modern theologian
(and the reason he wears a goatee!). A book spotlight highlights
software evangelist Guy Kawasaki's latest offering, Rules
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