LA 2012 – Friday, October 19th – Alan Hirsch [The Permanent Revolution]
LA 2012 starts this coming Friday, October 19th at Travis Auditorium, Fuller Theological Seminary. You can find more about the event here as well as register. Check out the facebook page as well and let us know you are coming. The event is free for all students and an incredible deal for others as well.
Friday night is sure to be an enlightening time. Nate and Lesley Myrick will lead worship and then Alan Hirsch will be sharing about the Permanent Revolution and how we need more than just pastors and teachers to accomplish God’s mission, we also need evangelist, prophets and apostles. After he shares, Beau Crosetto and David Kludt will respond to his talk and it will follow with a Q & A. This will be a great time to interact with Alan Hirsch about his book. Come an join us.
Lesley and Nate Myrick have been married since 2010, before that they toured with CTI Music Ministries as a vocalist and guitarist respectively, and have continued to work with that ministry in varying capacities. Nate is studying for a Masters of Arts in Theology and the Arts at Fuller Theological Seminary, and Lesley is a designer and blogger for Lamps Plus. They will be leading us in worship on Friday night.
Alan Hirsch is the founding director of Forge Mission Training Network. Currently he co-leads Future Travelers, an innovative learning program helping megachurches become missional movements. He is author of The Forgotten Ways, and co-author of The Permanent Revolution (with Tim Catchim), The Shaping of Things to Come, ReJesus and The Faith of Leap (with Micheal Frost). Alan is considered to be a though-leader and key mission strategist for church across the Western world. His experience includes leading a local church movement among the marginalized, developing training systems for innovative missional leadership, and heading up the mission and revitalization work of his denomination. He will be speaking on The Permanent Revolution – What it takes to see an apostolic movement.
Beau Crosetto‘s calling by God is to raise up and release apostolic and evangelistically gifted men and women into the world. He is currently the Greater Los Angeles Director for Greek InterVarsity and in charge of specifically seeing new Greek InterVarsity chapters start on college campuses. He has been on staff for 7 years and previously oversaw the ministry at San Deigo State. Beau is married to Kristina and they have two kids: Noah (2) and Sophia (5 mo). He became a Christian in college at the University of San Diego where he played golf. He has a passion for helping students connect with Jesus, and right behind that is his passion for the Seahawks! You can find him blogging at Release the A.P.E. Beau will be giving a response to Alan Hirsch in regard to the The Permanent Revolution.
David Kludt is an equipper/pastor at Kairos Hollywood and program coordinator at Fuller Theological Seminary. He’s completed an MDiv at Fuller and is beginning work on a DMin focused on communal and spiritual formation. He reads frequently, writes occasionally, and scuba dives far too rarely. Originally from the midwest, he and his wife and (brand new!) kid live in community in the East Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles. He also enjoys theology, biking, photography, backpacking, and any activity involving water. David will be giving a response to Alan Hirsch in regard to The Permanent Revolution: What it takes to see an apostolic movement.
Tomorrow I will give you more information about what will happen at LA 2012 on Saturday morning.