Round up… cre:ate 2008, with bloggers, twitters and friends

Picture_1_2 In previous years, I blogged like a journalist at the cre:ate conference.  This year, I am happy that many more were actually living blogging.  We have spawned many bloggers over the years from this annual creative think-tank.  I did not want to be completely lazy.  So, here is a round up of fellow bloggers who actually blogged the event:

  • John was one of the moderators at cre:ate 08 who is a creative ministry master!
  • Bobby has the most prolific set of posts to read at his www.myworshiprevolution.com blog.
  • Francis is tied!  But, he is from Peru which makes him cool even though you might have to use Google translator in your browser to read the posts at Adoracion y Artes blog.
  • Mark takes the BEST notes by far
  • and Bethany really journals the experience.
  • Cynthia is an amazing creative leader, and second-time church planter.  At Cheval Glass you can read about the conference.
  • Nathan, who wears a beard pretty well, blogs at Pied Piper Piping
  • Carlos even adds his blogging prowess at RagamuffinSoul.
  • other cre:ate peeps blogging about it or who were there this year.. Kari, Marina, Tyler, Pat, Bryan, Kim, Paul, Vicky, Chris, Mark L.Heather

Also…See pics at the cre:ate Flickr account and video at the You Tube Channel

Richcynthiajohn I am going to have more to post as the weeks go on.  Imagine being led in worship by Vicky Beeching, Brenton Brown, Paul Baloche while having your mind stretched by amazing thinkers and the ensuing dialog late into evening.  Randy, our mentor in this journey, truly puts on an incredibly filling and transforming event.  The favorite quote of the week, that Randy and others picked up from Jon Tyson, pastor of Origins Church in NYC:  “We are not called to change the world, but to create culture…”

The relationships and community part of this think tank is why I have gone for seven years to Franklin, TN.  Thanks, Randy, for doing this. If you only really knew what it means!

Did I miss anyone else actually blogging about the event?

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Rich Kirkpatrick

Writer, Speaker, and Musician. Rich Kirkpatrick was recently rated #13 of the “Top 75 Religion Bloggers” by Newsmax.com, having also received recognition by Worship Leader Magazine as “Editor’s Choice” for the “Best of the Best” of blogs in 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

12 comments

  1. Good to meet you, Rich! I’ve added a link to you, and you’re in my RSS reader. Talk to you soon…

  2. Good to meet you, Rich! I’ve added a link to you, and you’re in my RSS reader. Talk to you soon…

  3. Good to meet you, Rich! I’ve added a link to you, and you’re in my RSS reader. Talk to you soon…

  4. Good to meet you, Rich! I’ve added a link to you, and you’re in my RSS reader. Talk to you soon…

  5. Rich, thanks for the link love, bro! It was great to finally put a person with the blog. I look forward to following all my new blogger pals throughout the coming months. Be Blessed! – BP

  6. Rich, thanks for the link love, bro! It was great to finally put a person with the blog. I look forward to following all my new blogger pals throughout the coming months. Be Blessed! – BP

  7. Rich, thanks for the link love, bro! It was great to finally put a person with the blog. I look forward to following all my new blogger pals throughout the coming months. Be Blessed! – BP

  8. Rich, thanks for the link love, bro! It was great to finally put a person with the blog. I look forward to following all my new blogger pals throughout the coming months. Be Blessed! – BP

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