Welcome to the March issue of Next Wave Web Magazine. We
continue to receive enthusiastic responses to NEXT WAVE from an ever expanding group of
people who apparently are interested in NEXT WAVE.
This issue is filled with good stuff. How about the article
by Brian Newman, comparing Europe to the U.S. in terms of spirituality? Or Richard
Wallace's report on the Riverside church plant in Lisbon, Portugal? Then there is a report
on a multi-media conference put on by Ginghamsburg church, a liturgy for Palm Sunday,
poetry and a prayer by John Chrysostom (whom, we are happy to report, has joined our
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- COMPARING EUROPE TO THE U.S. - APPLES
How does Europe compare to the U.S. in terms of spirituality? Is America quickly
becoming what Europe already is? And can the gospel still affect Europe?
By Brian Newman.
- CHURCH PLANTING IN LISBON, PORTUGAL
Read how one Brit, born in Kenya, becomes a horticulturalist in the U.K., finds a
wife in Holland, goes through seminary in Amsterdam, and helps plant a church in Lisbon.
By Richard Wallace.
- THE MOST POSTMODERN PERSON IN THE BIBLE
Who is the most postmodern person in the Bible? And is Christianity modern or
Postmodern? See how worldviews intersect and conflict, and how the Kingdom of God relates
By Rogier Bos.
- THE COMING MEDIA REFORMATION
It might be time to put away that trusted Overhead Projector. According to Michael
Slaughter, pastor of Ginghamsburg Church, contemporary people are very visual in their
orientation, and this has huge implications for the way churches communicate.
By Rogier Bos.
- A CONTEMPORARY LITURGY FOR PALM SUNDAY
With the renewed interest we thought we would supply you with a contemporary
liturgy that brings out the meaning of Palm Sunday/Easter in a powerful way.
By Maria Hoshaw.
- THE NEXT WAVE IN WORSHIP MUSIC
Charles Wear reviews a recent worship CD produced at the Burn Service, Pismo Beach,
CA., and wonders what worship in the 21st century will look like.
- A PRAYER FOR EVERY HOUR OF THE DAY
By John Chrysostom
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- Interesting Links
Here are a number of internet links that might be interesting to you.
- Call for Papers
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