Missional SynchroBlog Update

There have been 50 bloggers who have responded to my Call for Missional SynchroBlog for Monday, June 23rd on the topic, “What is Missional?”

Listed below are those who will be participating in this global synchroblog.

Alan Hirsch
Alan Knox
Andrew Jones
Barb Peters
Bill Kinnon
Brad Brisco
Brad Grinnen
Brad Sargent
Brother Maynard
Bryan Riley
Chad Brooks
Chris Wignall
Cobus Van Wyngaard
Dave DeVries
David Best
David Fitch
David Wierzbicki
DoSi
Doug Jones
Duncan McFadzean
Erika Haub
Grace
Jamie Arpin-Ricci
Jeff McQuilkin
John Smulo
Jonathan Brink
JR Rozko
Kathy Escobar
Len Hjalmarson
Makeesha Fisher
Malcolm Lanham
Mark Berry
Mark Petersen
Mark Priddy
Michael Crane
Michael Stewart
Nick Loyd
Patrick Oden
Peggy Brown
Phil Wyman
Richard Pool
Rick Meigs
Rob Robinson
Ron Cole
Scott Marshall
Sonja Andrews
Stephen Shields
Steve Hayes
Tim Thompson
Thom Turner

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26 Responses to “Missional SynchroBlog Update”

  1. stew says:

    I’m in…

  2. Erika Haub says:

    Your comment today reminded me that I had not replied to your invitation. I would love to contribute. Thanks!

  3. grace says:

    Rick,
    I will add my two cents.

  4. Rick, I’ll write too if that’s ok.

  5. sonja says:

    Rick, could you please add Patrick Oden at http://www.dualravens.com … Thanks … he signed up over at my place today … I put out a call especially for women (you know me!) but also for anyone and Patrick responded.

  6. sonja says:

    Oh … no … here’s the link: http://dualravens.com/ravens/

  7. Phil Wyman says:

    I’m in.

    I’m also a bit excited to see this synchroblog thing taking on new incarnations. I came up with the silly name about a year and half ago, and got some friends to join in. I’m quite happy to see it popping up elsewhere.

  8. Rick Meigs says:

    Thanks all for participating. Each of you should have gotten an acknowledgment email from me. If not, be sure to let me know.

  9. Mark Berry says:

    Put me down for a shot at the unreachable too ;)

  10. david says:

    Hey Rick.
    I’ll join the revolution. This is a fantastic list.. we be takin the internets by storm

  11. David Fitch says:

    wow … I’d like to join in too …

  12. Mark Berry says:

    Hey Rick… probably best to link to my blog direct at http://markjberry.blogs.com/way_out_west/

    cheers, Mark

  13. Jeff McQ says:

    Rick, just really found out about this now. Make it 41. I’m in.
    http://www.jmcq.blogspot.com

  14. David Best says:

    Just a thought here. Maybe some creative types can try to communicate in some way other than the written word or linear-thought paragraphs. Not that we don’t need that, but 41 people all typing up 3 or 4 paragraphs is going to get somewhat redundant after a while.

    So maybe now is the time to put your first video on utube, to tell a story, or to dust off that camera. Just a thought.

  15. Thanks for this initiative – I will be posting on this topic later today.

    Mark
    at Open Hands

  16. Sorry, not today – on the 23rd.

  17. Bill Kinnon says:

    Looks like I need to learn to read. I jumped the gun by a week. Oh, well.

  18. Thom says:

    I’m in for this.

  19. Rick Meigs says:

    In order to have time to compile a final list, verify it with each blogger and then get it to them later this week, I going to cut off new additions to this SynchroBlog. With the numbers we have, I think we should get the topic addressed nicely. Really looking forward to reading all your posts.

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