something very cool, we made the national council of churches "2006 Yearbook of American and Canadian Churches" and they cite two of the 21st century trends: blogging and the Emergent Church:
wfn.org | 2006 YEARBOOK SIDEBAR: the church and blogs: "Scores of EC proponents are using blogs to advance these ideas and stimulate dialogue. Lindner says it is not possible to generalize them into a predictable demographic class, but she offers examples of prominent EC bloggers: John O'Keefe, founder of www.ginkworld.net, 'an emerging/postmodern site exploring what it means to be a follower of Jesus in today's world;' Spencer Burke, former pastor, founder of http://theooze.com Web site, 'dedicated to the emerging Church culture;' Mark Driscoll, founder of Mars Hill Church (www.marshillchurch.org) in Seattle; Mark Pearson, founder of www.cityside.org.nz in Au[c]kland, New Zealand; and Karen Ward, founder and pastor of the Church of the Apostles, www.apostlechurch.org, in Seattle."besides us, you can see our good bud spencer over at the ooze got props [thanks for the call to let me know about this spencer], so did our bud karen over at the church of the apostle [i love what she is doing in the kingdom] and so did our bud mark at mars hill [abrasive at times, but a great guy]. also, mark over at city side got props, i don't know him but look forward to doing so.