Saturday, March 31, 2012

A New Post From My Art Blog

  As an artist who happens to be one of the ultimate creator's children I find it to be very important to reflect on god's truth. Art is a great way to meditate on these truths. Please go to my art blog to read my take on a local prophetic artist's (Fabian "Spade Debora") work. Click on the title of the post below.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Julian Collette's Interview With A Fellow Missionary In My Neighborhood

Catherine Rundle with husband Alastair (left) and family and neighbors

  Catherine and Alastair minister in my larger neighborhood, and have been doing so for a bit longer than I have. They are members of an order of missionaries called InnerChange, and thus work along-side my mentors John and Jude Tiersma-Watson.
  Much like the last interview I posted with Scott and Sarah Yetter, this interview is a chance to get a small glimpse into the minds of those representing Christ here in Los Angeles. While there is so much more we could say, I share their general sentiments in regards to ministry and what it means to follow Christ. 

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

An Interview With Two Of My Mentors

  Julian Collette is a student of God's that has been on a mission to collect the thoughts and stories of people who live in intentional communities. He rode through LA on a funny bicycle and observed our community here in Pico Union for a few weeks. He attended our insanely crowded dinners with the neighborhood, including our Christmas smorgasbord, and even slept in the Nehemiah House basement. It was a pleasure to have him stay with us. Personally I enjoyed the conversations he and I had about ancient and new monasticism.
  All of Julian's interviews are recorded and posted on his site In episode 19 he interviews our church's Associate Pastor Scott Yetter and his wife Sarah who lead two ministry houses that we have in the neighborhood (I lived in the Nehemiah House for four years). By clicking on the link above you will be able to listen to their interview with Julian and get an audible glimpse into our lives of ministry here in Los Angeles.
  Thank you Julian for visiting us and posting this interview.