John Piper and the Desiring God Conference
Sometimes I Dress Like a Pagan

And the Millennia Award goes to . . . Tallskinnykiwi!

And a few others also who won the 2006 Millenia Award for Personal Participatory Media. Heres the list of winners

zoecarnate
nextreformation
tallskinnykiwi
jesuscreed
lowercasepeople
theooze

wow . .. I'm lost for words . . .

but firstly . . i just want to thank my LORD AND SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST
and I want to thank my wife and family
and thanks to my readers and commenters
AND
thanks to ecto, typepad, mac, and the GOD OF THE BLOGOSPHERE JESUS CHRIST MY LORD YOUR NAME BE LIFTED HIGHER AND HIGHER
and thanks to everyone else who made this award possible.
Thank you . .. is my time up already???????
And thanks to Millenia Media, itself a winner of multiple awards like

Brutus-1

this one and

Blue-Ribbon-1

this one

Tec2004-1

and this one.

Hey John .. . thanks for the award . . . but wheres my badge?

Here's more about the award.

“Blogging – Personal Participatory Media – is a growing bridge between local and global communities of faith – a gathering of Christ-followers interactively ”working out their salvation“ via organic cross- pollination born of commitment to God’s heart and kingdom.

The Millennia Foundation views PPM as the “new printing press” – an intentional catalyst towards groundbreaking ecclesiastical consilience.

The self-organizing nature of PPM is rendering historical sectarian boundaries blurry and indistinct – presenting an emerging global venue in which ideas and imagination, not structural or positional power, moderate dialogue. PPM encourages a new emancipation of knowledge, reawakening dreams buried in the slumber of institutional hierarchy and control. Wisdom (see Proverbs) is the new gatekeeper and community is reborn as a network of conversations.

Excellence in PPM invites passionate dialogue over points of faith while remaining charitable and beneficial to all participants. The Millennia Award is given to PPM communities which best reflect the centrality of Christ’s Jn17 prayer - seeking to bridge superficial cultural and religious divides; exploring commonality as much as difference; maintaining fresh, creative, missional formats accessible and relevant to a wide audience; remaining sensitive to our shared humanity and common need for grace as we learn and grow together.“
From the Millenia Website

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