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At The Present Future: Cultivating a Church for Tomorrow Today, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from women and men who have helped make fresh expressions of Church a growing worldwide phenomenon. We’re excited that Leonard Sweet is joining as a featured speaker!

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At The Present Future: Cultivating a Church for Tomorrow Today, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from women and men who have helped make fresh expressions of Church a growing worldwide phenomenon. We’re excited that Keisha Polonio is joining as a featured speaker!

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At The Present Future: Cultivating a Church for Tomorrow Today, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from women and men who have helped make fresh expressions of Church a growing worldwide phenomenon. We’re excited that Tod Bolsinger is joining as a featured speaker!

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Dinner church is changing lives by opening up the possibility of Christ-filled community to people that traditional church often misses! “What is God up to?” is the question I’m most often asked. “Have you heard of the dinner church movement?” is my most common answer. -LEONARD SWEET, E. STANLEY JONES PROFESSOR OF EVANGELISM AT DREW […]

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Verlon Fosner

For the first three hundred years of Christianity the church functioned primarily around dinner tables. In the book of Acts, the church was found breaking bread from house to house. As Gentiles began to start churches they created the Agape feast church. The first followers emulated Christ’s pattern, and gathered the poor and the strangers […]

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When you hear a story of a new kind of Church, one that looks different than what you already do on Sundays, it’s natural to want to put it in a category. 

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Michael Beck

Sometimes we need a breath of fresh air…

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For our fresh expressions of Church to be truly Jesus-like communities, they must have a clear focus on those who need to receive God’s love, without any expectation of how those people will be able to respond.

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Michael Beck

Your church, no matter the size, can indeed become in a sense “multisite.” Inherited churches can launch fresh expressions, harnessing the power of a mixed economy: a diversity of ecclesial forms in which fresh expressions of church exist alongside inherited forms in relationships of mutual respect and support.

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What difference would it make for you as a leader and for your ministry if you KNEW you were being prayed for? If you knew that intercessors were in place to support the mission God has given you? Can intercession offer you something that will help propel you forward in mission? Does what you are […]

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