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Current Issue---Jan 2000
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Publisher's notes --- Jan 2000
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?
In this issue, author and youth pastor Andrew Careaga shares about how postmoderns' questions on body modification through tattoos and piercings remain largely unanswered by the church in It's a Bod Mod Cyberworld. Dann Pantoja, CEO of Waves Church writes on Dealing with Mega-changes. Special contributor Kim Gentes graces us with his review of Kate Miner's newest release in Intimacy With Guts: Review of Kate Miner's "Live from the Strip."
Contributing editors David Hopkins and Eric Stanford examine
some principles of the postmodern church and its outreach efforts.
David explores the ABCs of Ministry
in the 21st Century, while Eric shares his thoughts on how the
postmodern church is progressing in Matrix:
the Postmodern Organization of the Church.
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