[story 1] Christian Associates @ Sopron, Hungary

I spent last week in Sopron, Hungary with the incredibles from Christian Associates International (CA), the European-focused mission that I work with. Christian Associates is celebrating 40 years of their history, which is deeply rooted in the Jesus Movement of the 1960s.

I was honored to do a lot of media-tracking for Connect 2008, this annual gathering. One thing I did was to create a blog for the gathering so that folks who couldn’t make it, but still interested in the DNA of Christian Associates could listen to podcasts, see video/photos, and read different perspectives. Greg Boyd was our main teacher and Deb and Alan Hirsch likewise added their brilliance.

here it is, if you’d like to explore.

One of the other things I did during the week was to shoot some quick and simple video with a little camera, and to edit it (very quickly, I’m no professional) into some highlights. I discovered that Vimeo is way cuter than You Tube, too. I can’t believe I didn’t know about it. (Thanks, Kelly.)

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3 Responses to “[story 1] Christian Associates @ Sopron, Hungary”
  1. teeveebee says:

    Wow. Looks like you’ve been up to some exciting things. I enjoyed perusing CA’s web site and taking a look at your CA blog and video. Good job!

    Blessings to you!

  2. there are gonna have to be some late nights around here so that we can hope to have broadband enough to watch and listen and enjoy Connect 08.

    how do i love this family called CA? let me count the ways… 🙂

  3. Spence says:

    Hey thanks for all the great work on that blog. I think you are amazing. You didn’t even worry about cleaning up my lousy grammer. Love you so much and feel blessed that I was the Farmer who got to spend time with you. Gotta go post the link.

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