Speaking and Consulting

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If you are looking for a speaker, or consultant on current and future issues facing the church message John C. O’Keefe

 

John is the Richard Florida of the Church  Dr Leonard Sweet

 

EDUCATION

George Fox University (Washington)
Doctorate Candidate, Leadership in the Emerging Culture, Future Studies
Dissertation:  “Creative Will Change The Way We Lead”

 

Drew University (New Jersey)
Masters, Divinity
Thesis:  “Future Studies”

 

University of Nevada at Las Vegas (Nevada)
B. A. Business Administration
Areas of Concentration:  Finance, Economic Development and Economic Trends

 

What Others Say About John:

“Not only does John have a bright vision of the church; he has initiated strategies and networks to help the church itself become visionary. One of the consultants out there I trust the most and learn the most from.” Leonard Sweet, Senior Professor, Drew University, George Fox DMin Professor and Author of several books

“As an entrepreneur, leader, and communicator, John is a catalyst for the kingdom of God in our emerging culture. His unique and trusted voice has been highly influential in my own life and countless others.” Jim Palmer, writer, author of “Divine Nobodies”

“I met John through his superb web site, and have interacted with him on e-mail. John is highly thought of, and quoted and referred to regularly. As a person and for his web resources I recommend him regularly, and highly.” Jason Clark, Founding Pastor, Vineyard Church and Emerging voice in Great Britain

“Scores of EC [Emerging Church] proponents are using blogs to advance these ideas and stimulate dialogue. Lindner says it is not possible to generalize them into a predictable demographic class, but she offers examples of prominent EC bloggers: John O’Keefe, founder of www.ginkworld.net, “an emerging/postmodern site exploring what it means to be a follower of Jesus in today’s world;…” NCC’s 2006 Yearbook of American and Canadian Churches cites two 21st century trends: blogging and the Emergent Church

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