Convergent Model of Renewal: A Sketchnote Companion and Discussion Guide (Complete)

Last night we finished up a six-week discussion at Camas Friends Church on my book. You can purchase “A Convergent Model of Renewal: Remixing the Quaker Tradition in a Participatory Culture” through my publisher Wipf and Stock or on Amazon (it’s more expensive there): “A Convergent Model of Renewal.” I want to share the complete “SketchnoteContinue reading “Convergent Model of Renewal: A Sketchnote Companion and Discussion Guide (Complete)”

Convergent Model of Renewal: Discussion Guide and Sketchnotes (Chp. 2)

We are doing a discussion at Camas Friends Church on my book, “A Convergent Model of Renewal.” I am posting the sketchnotes and  discussion questions here each week for anyone who would like to download them and use them. Feel free to share and dispense however that makes sense as usual things are shared here underContinue reading “Convergent Model of Renewal: Discussion Guide and Sketchnotes (Chp. 2)”

Sketchnote: What Makes for a Good Remix?

What makes for a good remix? What makes for a bad one? When is a remix not a remix but a cover or a something more “original?” These are questions that come up a lot when I present on themes related to the Convergent Model of Renewal. When I think about how traditions can beContinue reading “Sketchnote: What Makes for a Good Remix?”

Write the Vision: Quakers, Zines and Participatory Culture

This is a synchroblog written for Quaker Voluntary Service, of which I am a board member. The theme is “Quakers and new media.” (Twitter Link #qvssynchroblog) “Write the vision; make it plain on tablets, so that a runner may read it. For there is still a vision for the appointed time; it speaks of the end, and doesContinue reading “Write the Vision: Quakers, Zines and Participatory Culture”