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The pandemic, as well as worldwide protests, continue to lay bare the fault lines of our culture. If we and our churches are going to continue to push forward in our part of the mission of God, it will require resilience. In this short introduction, Prof. N.T. Wright explains why we should look to 2nd […]

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It is like yeast that a woman took and mixed into about sixty pounds of flour until it worked all through the dough.” Luke 13:21 It has been said that “if you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” There is debate about this proverb’s attribution, and yet experience undergirds […]

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Susan Arnold

Connections were an important part of Jesus’ ministry. Jesus connected with each of the disciples in a unique way and was always connected with God. If we take time to think about it, most of what we and our congregations are missing right now are the layers of connections that we normally have in our […]

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In this pre-conference event, you’ll discover the Blended Ecology of Church, a method for remissioning a local congregation to empower their members to create new beachheads for the Kingdom of God in all kinds of contexts.

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In this Pre-Conference you will come to understand the critical, “what’s, why’s, and how’s” of fresh expressions of church, how it intersects with everyday congregations and communities, and what you can do next to get started!

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This pre-conference event will give you a new vision how to form faith communities in the place you love to play.

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At this pre-conference event you will learn from practitioners who are taking their faith to work. Not only that, you’ll discover how this form of Church can be financially self-sustaining.

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The days when a town gathered on Sunday for church have been replaced by weekends at soccer fields and tailgate parties. Parents spend their free time chauffeuring their kids to sports, while others spend their expendable time and income to marathons or mountain climbing. What if these past times are not competing with church, but […]

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Jon Davis

God makes unusual and surprising choices because ultimately He is not concerned with a person’s ability but rather their availability, their willingness to say yes.

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What we used to define as “church” isn’t working anymore. Once-lauded methods for growing churches and discipling believers fail to get traction. The Church must find a new approach for a missionary era. Jesus gave his followers seven key practices: The Lord’s Supper Reconciliation Proclaiming the gospel Being with the “least of these” Being with […]

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