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Good Conversation Tonight In Atlanta

If you’re in the Atlanta area, consider this an invitation. If not, I’ll be taking a lot of notes tonight as the Atlanta Emerging Cohort meets tonight to discuss the following:

Faith, ethnicity, and culture

David Park has arranged for us to meet at Cafe Mozart off of Venture Drive/Pleasant Hill Road in Duluth. David and others are beginning to imagine a post korean-church and the role of a 2 generation pan-Asian church in america. It should be a good conversation, and worth the ride north to consider how our tradition biases and invigorates our faith practices.

Do not look Cafe Mozart up on Mapquest or Google…there are multiple locations of this Cafe Mozart in Atlanta, but they do not have this latest location listed.

85N to Exit 103 – Steve Reynolds
Take a left off the exit.
Turn right on Venture Drive.
Cafe Mozart will be on your left before you reach Pleasant Hill Rd. Next to BP gas station

Here are some questions to get us started:

  • Diversity in church as a goal or a by-product?
  • How might missional communities acknowledge cultural gifts without minimizing differences?
  • What is the role of the mono-ethnic church?

About David Park

Christian 2nd-generation Korean American; Atlanta Georgia; more details to come.

4 responses to “Good Conversation Tonight In Atlanta

  1. JEL

    I wish I could be there! Sounds like fun! Lot’s going on, eh? 😉

  2. Wish I could be there. Sounds like a great conversation. If there is anyway this leftcoaster can help, please let me know. Field trip to SF?

  3. Dude.

    I totally spaced about the cohort this month. I’m sorry that I missed it – how was the conversation?

    Adam Walker Cleaveland

  4. Pingback: Less Bubbles, More Of Us « Next Gener.Asian Church

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