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sept-10-2016

Recap of Bonfire, 2015

by Kate on April 4, 2016

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BONFIRE September 2015

We flew to the University of the Nations to help run the first BONFIRE, an annual Tribe gathering that brings together lifestyle missionaries from around the globe. Bonfire is a Tribe family gathering for practitioners, leaders, pioneers and partners from around the world.

Lifestyle missionaries are people who intentionally integrate the call of Jesus into whatever work they do. We had a variety of people attend, from Korean pop music producer to Chinese megachurch pastor to Snowboarder’s for Christ president and missional community leaders from Norway.

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The Tribe: Kate Interviews Noah

by Kate on March 1, 2016

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Noah’s been involved with the Tribe for several years now but we know a lot of you are not exactly sure what the Tribe is or what Noah practically does, working with them. So I set out to interview Noah to help bring some clarity to you.

Though we are based in New Zealand and works for them remotely, he (or sometimes all of us) have had the opportunity to come over once a year the last few years to work in person with the Tribe team.

 

K: Tell me about the Bonfire gathering at Kona in 2015. What was the gathering about & who attended?

N: The big idea of Bonfire is to bring together like-minded individuals from around the world – those who are either involved in “outside the box” ministry initiatives or those who are looking at how to become more active as lifestyle missionaries in their own spheres. We had about 30 friends at the first Bonfire from all over the world, Norway, Korea, China, Switzerland and around the US.

K: What’s the significance of the name, Bonfire?

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Faith Amid our “Homelessness” Adventure

by Kate on January 27, 2016

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*Note: In case my description was unclear, the house is being demolished due to the engineering team’s earthquake damages assessment of the house & it’s foundation. Not due to mold/mildew. I was explaining a reason we are GLAD the rebuild will be taking place. =)