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Podcast - Core Values of the Red Network, a Melbourne Emerging Church

15 September, 2005 6:22 PM

Thanks to everyone for the positive feedback after my last post - a podcast/interview of me talking about the process of coming up with Core Values at LivingRoom.

As a follow up interview today I'm posting an interview that I did with Mark Sayers (the guy who interviewed me in the last one).

Mark is a church planter here in Melbourne - he's been a part of numerous emerging missional churches over the past few years but is currently working in a community called the 'Red Network' (formally South Melbourne Restoration Centre). I'll let him explain what it is in the interview that follows.

Mark is also one of the guys behind a website that many of you might remember a few years back called Phuture - a site that was one of the first sites going around exploring issues of emerging church, alternative worship, postmodern culture and how the church might interact with that (NB: Phuture is no longer online).

Lastly some of you will know Mark best as the author of the Ignition course which many of you have used in your communities.

Here's my interview with Mark (9MB - 20 minutes long).

Apologies for some of the audio problems but I've had difficulty in editing this interview so its a pretty raw quality.



I enjoy keeping up with what is happening in your community. You have a fresh outlook on doing church, and we are implementing some similar stuff at BCCC.

Seeing as youare doing your second podcast, have you investigated getting your podcasts listed in iTunes?

Jeff Servaas » 16 September, 2005 9:33 AM

Hey I liked the interview. Despite the little faults it is good man. I liked the way you posed the questions...great work

amber » 20 September, 2005 4:56 PM

Recent interview with Brian McLaren:

GJ » 24 September, 2005 2:37 AM

Hi, we are just trying to find the address of the south melbourne restoration centre...does anybody have a street address??

nathan » 7 January, 2006 10:32 PM

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