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Current Issue---Feb 2000
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Publisher's notes --- Feb 2000
In this issue, author and youth pastor Andrew Careaga discusses the drawbacks (and some perceived benefits) from labeling generational groups in Talkin' 'bout their generation. Dann Pantoja, CEO of Waves Church writes on Mentoring postmodern church planters. Special contributor Kim Gentes reviews Vineyard Music's Y-worship entry, the Burn Service CD.
Contributing editor Eric Stanford explores the impact of transhumanism on society and challenges the church to respond. some principles of the postmodern church and its outreach efforts. New contributor Jordon Cooper, a teaching pastor at Lakeview Church in Canada writes about the challenges of being a 20-something on the staff of a modern church in Why I sold out.
Next-Wave is proud to have a contribution of well-known postmodern futurist, Dr. Leonard Sweet. His fresh approach is challenging the traditional church to wake up and face the present in order to win a post-Christian society. His article explores the phenomenon that was the global Y2K celebration and the amazing success of Who Wants to be a Millionaire? It was first published in the Jan 2000 issue.
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