The Future Church in Action project is a voluntary collective initiative of the Lay Forum organised around a principal/editor/research coordinator â€“ Dr Paul Wildman and editorial and research advisers â€“ Dr Paul Inglis and Duncan Macleod, and in an overview sense the LF executive as a whole.
It is intended that members of the Lay Forum as a whole will provide mentor assistance pro bono and that a listed project will seek such assistance in its formative stage not after it has been completed. It is further intended that this Lay Forum initiative will be oversighted by the implementation group for the first year of operations.
Who watches the store?
Please note this site is moderated by the contact group and slander, vilification and abuse is not part of its design nor intent and will be edited out, as well any posts of a salacious nature. We have to be firm to be free so to speak. We are grateful for the support that this moderation policy has received.
About the Team
All editors have had extensive experience in extension and action research work in Universities, Private Sector and Community Groups.
|Paul Wildman has a background in Futures, Action Research and Adult Learning for Community Economic Development and as the originator of the Future Church in Action proposal, he is a member of ALARA and has a learning circle listed on Learning Circles Australia (Community Economic Development Action Learning Circles (2003)). |
Wildman, P. and H. Schwencke (2003). Your Community Learning - action learning circles for learning and earning through community economic development. Brisbane, Community Learning Initiatives and Prosperity Press: Multi Media CD Rom.
Contact Paul Wildman paul at kalgrove.com
|Duncan Macleod has a background in Local Employment Initiatives, Action Research, IT and outreach ministries. |
Contact Duncan Macleod duncanm at ucaqld.com.au
|Rod Jensen, whose inspiration helped spark this site, has recently passed away.|
|Paul Inglis has a background in academic futures and Action Learning and Action Research Association of Australia where he is a life member. (|
Contact Paul Inglis PSINGLIS at westnet.com.au
Wildman, P. and H. Schwencke (2003). Your Community Learning – action learning circles for learning and earning through community economic development. Brisbane, Community Learning Initiatives and Prosperity Press: Multi Media CD Rom.
To find out more contact any of the above folks or directly to Paul Wildman as the primary contact via.
paul at kalgrove.com