July 27, 2008 Guest – J. Brent Bill
Program: Gaining Clarity and Insight
serves as the Center's executive vice president, with primary responsibility for
supervising the Center's day to day operations, administering the resource
grants initiative and consulting case loads, and developing communications
Brent is a minister in the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). He has served
as a local church pastor, denominational executive, seminary faculty member,
director of a not-for-profit agency and para-church organization staff member.
He is a graduate of Chatfield College, Wilmington College and Earlham School of
Religion. Brent is a writer with fifteen books and more than one-hundred
magazine articles (fiction and non-fiction) published.
An established author, Brent co-wrote the books
Holy Places: Matching Sacred Space with Mission and Message and 40
Days and 40 Bytes: Making Computers Work for Your Congregation as well as
many other pieces, including
Ten Things You Need to Know about Sacred Space Projects, The
Leaky Gutters and Sacred Spaces, and
Best Practices for Using Computers in Congregations.