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“We’ve got this mantra that we use: More grace, less judgment. We’ve really, really pushed that with our friends. We don’t care what your past is. We want to build your future. There’s just been so much change in people that we’ve witnessed and it’s exciting!”

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Luke Edwards

Reaching out to the community has sparked a new energy in Snow Hill UMC. Pastor Johnston noted, “Sunday morning is on fire from the excitement of folks who thought we were dead, but now have hope.”

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Mark Cryderman

At Dinner Church, programs and professionalism quickly give way to telling stories about Jesus. Knowing Him is our highest priority. It’s simple, I know- but simple satisfies.

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You like the idea of fresh expressions. You’ve read a few books. You’ve discussed it at your church. But you’re still having trouble imagining what it could really look like. Fresh Expressions US Immersions are a three-day long, on-site experience where you will witness the power of fresh expressions to reach new people and develop a plan for your church to start new forms Christian Community.

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Mark Cryderman

When I was a teenager, I asked my Dad how to grow in my love for Jesus.  I followed Jesus, but I didn’t “love” him.  I wanted to love with all my heart and with all my soul – not just with my mind.  Although I knew all about Jesus’ historical salvation work on the […]

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Luke Edwards

It meant a lot to me as a lay person to be in the Fresh Expressions training and feel like my ideas about starting something new were valid.

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A three-day experience of in-depth training and observation to help you develop a city-wide or region-wide Dinner Church strategies. Enjoy meals, training sessions, fireside chats and observations of Dinner Churches in action. Only 18 spots available. Dinner Church is an effective and approach to starting new churches and evangelizing that makes sense in the cities […]

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Mark Cryderman

Since I was old enough to float – I appreciated the impact that the YMCA had on families. My mother would attach a “floaty” (a belt with an oval egg shaped piece of foam on my back) while she and the other ladies did the 60’s version of water aerobics. Even as a youngster, I […]

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