You can read about Paul's thoughtful and incisive work at http://ReachingTheOnlineGeneration.com. Paul writes about themes that go beyond the “hype” and “wow” aspects of online ministry, asking penetrating questions about the best ways of finding, approaching, and discipling online communities. The themes of prayer and scripture are powerfully interwoven throughout his work and underline the importance these have in his approach to all aspects of ministry.
This summer, Paul will be leading a course and eight-week guided mission in online ministry, teaching the basics of ministry and church planting, and also their application within the online setting, including Second Life.
To learn how to join Second Life, click here. The location will be the Sky Park in Eternal Creations. All are welcome.
Second Life is the home of an Anglican Cathedral that includes clergy and laity from Anglican and Episcopal churches all over the world. You can learn more about the Anglican Cathedral Ministry here. If you have no idea what this is or have questions, please feel free to comment. We've got a host of Cafe regulars who are also members of the Anglican Cathedral at Second Life.
If you miss Paul for this unique event, he will also be speaking at the Christian Web Conference at Biola University in September, 2009. More information about that event at http://ChristianWebConference.com.This event is hosted by the Anglican Ecumenical Society and tekklesia.com. To find the location of today's event, contact contact Wilfried Ansome in Second Life.