Saturday, November 08, 2008

Something Beautiful... now part of the Emergent Village Podcast Network

I am totally stoked about this... The Something Beautiful Podcast has been included within The Emergent Village Podcast Network... yay!!! This is peer recognition and something both JD and I are really pleased about.

I realise I am terrible at publicising the podcast... but I get all shy... you know me. The last two have seen me speaking/discussing/rambling on with Stewart Cutler on Seth Godin's book Tribes. Well worth a listen... but then I would say that wouldn't I.

So yeah... I need your help. I need recommendations for UK-based emerging/missional church podcasts to feedback to the Emergent Village... and I also need recommendations for folks with stories worth sharing. Don't feel shy to put yourself forward... or put a pal forward... but I need ideas to keep the content fresh and original.

Let me know.


Jonathan Blundell said...

Super stoked about being asked to be a part of the network! Like you said, the recognition is cool - and I don't think it's anything we've sought after so that makes it cooler in a way.

I'd love to hear Olwyn's story - including her work with serving meals and singing and such. Also I bet your dad has a great story as well.

Thanks again for all your help work and partnership in this "weekly experiment!"

Johnny said...

Well done guys! I'm pleased for you.

Here's a few UK based folks who's I'd personally like to hear more no particular order:

MOOT's Ian Mobsby:

Gary Bishop:

Author of the following:

Ian Adams of Pace Bene & mayBe in Oxford:

It would be good to hear more about Russ Rook's new project, Chapel St:

A post-Relevant update from Lard would be cool:

I was impressed with Krish Kandiah when I met him at a couple of recent Mike Frost events. He's got lots of good stuff to tell:

I've only met Steve Lee one time, but he's on fire:

Mosaic Sheffield's Sam Radford is good value:

I'm always happy to listen to Chick Yuill. that enough? :-)


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