Michael Beck

Most revitalization strategies are focused on doing church bigger and better: better coffee, better music, better preaching, better hospitality, and so on. Re-missioning is not that kind of strategy.

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Chris Backert

Fresh Expressions believes that God is moving greatly through new churches but without involving the established church in a variety of ways, our ability to engage our shifting culture will fall increasingly short.

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Michael Beck

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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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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Jorge Acevedo

Most mornings, my rhythms include a freshly brewed cup of coffee (because Jesus said I was too mean without it) as well as a time of reading the Bible and writing in my journal. I use a simple system I learned from Wayne Cordeiro in his book, The Divine Mentor. He taught me to ask […]

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Michael Beck

Growing up I played many sports, both at competitive and recreational levels. In my neighborhood, one of the things we loved to do to get through the dog days of summer was our daily pick-up basketball game. A random group of kids, a ball, and the local park were the only ingredients needed—no phone tree, […]

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