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Basic: Live Simulcast Event w/ Francis Chan

Reggie Joiner
Reggie Joiner Monday June 28, 2010
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Live Simulcast Event Featuring Francis Chan–
Hosted by Reggie Joiner
Tuesday June 29- 6pm Central

What is church?
Who is it for?
Is it broken?
Can it be better?

Trends come and go in our culture and the church seems to follow.

Francis Chan asks these questions about the church. Francis puts it this way:

“If I only had this as my guide… if all I had was the Bible… and I was to read this book and then start a ‘church’ what would it look like? Would it look like the thing that we’ve built here and all refer to as church? Or would it look radically different?”

BASIC is a seven part series of short films – from Flannel, the award winning creators of the NOOMA film series – that challenge us to reclaim the church as Scripture describes it to be. This series will speak to those who have questions about the church and to those who may have lost interest in the church.

What is church?
You are church.
I am church.
We are church.

Join us for this Live Simulcast Event
Tuesday June 29- 6pm Central

Reggie Joiner is founder and CEO of Orange, a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to influence those who influence the next generation. Orange provides resources and training for churches and organizations that create environments for parents, kids, and teenagers. Before starting Orange in 2006, Reggie was one of the founders of North Point Community Church with Andy Stanley. During his 11 years there, Reggie helped guide the church’s growth through an emphasis on innovative approaches to ministry for families. Reggie has authored and co-authored several books including Think Orange, A New Kind of Leader, Seven Practices of Effective Ministry, Parenting Beyond Your Capacity, Lead Small, When Relationships Matter, It’s Just a Phase So Don’t Miss It, and his newest publication It’s Personal. Reggie and his wife, Debbie, live in North Georgia and have four adult children and four grandchildren.