Calvary Chapel tells it like it is (for the most part) on the Emergent Church movement.
The emergent church in South Florida is like a Roast Beef Au Jus in Havana -- ain't seen one yet. Sure there are a few guys out there in Dade and Broward who - much like the emo-goth kids on Southpark are anti-establishment - are anti-denominational and perform their postmodern deconstruction of the church with no real solutions. But there are some advantages to being "the last to know" here in South Florida, when it comes to the emergent movement.
Deconstruction is a wonderful thing, because you get to be the guy who comes in and points out what everyone else is doing wrong. The problem is, in the words of Mark Driscoll, "...deconstruction is easier than construction, and deconstruction without a rebuilding plan leads to homelessness."
The "rebuilding" the emergent movement has done is turning out to be some pretty shabby construction (i.e. - looking for answers in labyrinth walking, candles, and cool hair-styles). Sure they've evolved and refined their conversation over the years, but they seem to have been in flux so long that the results are questionable at best.
I'm with the "Emergents" on their critiques. Hopefully, as the thinking of the emergent church spreads to South Florida, we can take the valid points of their deconstruction and learn from their building mistakes.
Here's the link to what Calvary Chapel had to say about the Emergent Church.