All the best-selling Fresh Expressions US resources, together in one bundle!
Deep Roots, Wild Branches book
One of the major pitfalls of the past few decades is “either/or” thinking—either attractional or missional; traditional or contemporary; old or new. In Deep Roots, Wild Branches, missiologist and church planter Dr. Michael Beck contends we must cultivate what he calls a “blended ecology” of church that has both deep roots and wild branches. Drawing on biblical wisdom and emerging forms of church planting, Beck introduces us to present-day models and examples that don’t leave traditional forms behind, but harness the power of “both/and.” It honors vintage models while blending fresh expressions of real evangelism. This book serves as an introduction; consider it a bite-sized appetizer to inspire local churches to cultivate a blended ecology of church in their communities.
Steeple To Street Audio/Video Pack
This audio-video pack includes high-quality videos of all keynote presentations & panel discussions, as well as videos of select forums and workshops from the Fresh Expressions National Gathering 2018, ‘Steeple to Street’.
It also includes high-quality audio of all the other forums & workshops.
You will receive links via email once you purchase here with the ability to download the content.
Videos of all the sessions below will be included in the pack:
Keynote Address & Panel Videos
Opening Sermon: Steeple To Street – Evelyn Sekajipo
Keynote 1: Atlas To Exploration: Adaptive Leadership For A New Ministry Frontier – Tod Bolsinger
Keynote 2: Monologue To Mobilize: Leadership That Releases A New Jesus Movement – Alan Hirsch
Keynote 3: Barriers To Bridges: Connecting Relationally With A Changing Culture – Deb Hirsch
Keynote 4: Rowing To Sailing: Catching The Wind Of The Spirit Into An Uncharted Mission – Iosmar Alvarez
Closing Sermon: Temporary To Eternal: Preparing The Church For The Ultimate Paradigm Shift – Phil Potter
Panel Of Pioneers
Panel Of Leaders From the Inherited Church
Friday Forum Videos
From Training Leaders Within The Church To Training Leaders Going From The Church – Evelyn Sekajipo, Matt Lake, Alan Hirsch
From Orchestrating To Improvising: A New Kind Of Leadership – Phil Potter & J.R. Briggs
From Going Fast To Going Slow: Approaches To Creating Culture Change – Tod Bolsinger & David Fitch
Friday Workshop Videos
Discernment: What Do I Do Next In My Fresh Expression? – Graham Cray
Cultivating A Multicultural Fresh Expression – Evelyn Sekajipo
Practices That Form A People For Mission – David Fitch
Saturday Forum Videos
From Program To Presence – David Fitch & J.R. Briggs
From Lead Pastor To Lead Sender – Travis Collins, Iosmar Alvarez, Phil Potter
From Script To Story: Evangelism That Meets People Where They Are – Deb Hirsch, Verlon Fosner, Michael Beck
Saturday Workshop Videos
Forming Mission Around The Table – Verlon Fosner & Isaac Olivarez
Proclaiming The Gospel From Steeple To Street – David Fitch
Going From 2 To 12: Starting Multiple Fresh Expressions Without Additional Pastoral Staff – Michael Beck
Webinar: Overcoming Common Barriers to Starting Fresh Expressions in Local Churches
Take the first step in discovering how Fresh Expressions could work in YOUR Church!
You are excited about Fresh Expressions, but you know that you can’t start a movement alone. We want to help you overcome the barriers that are standing in the way!
In this webinar you will:
- Learn how to help your congregation understand and move into fresh expressions
- Discover practical ways of gaining buy-in and exploring possibilities with your entire congregation
- Find paths for moving people from skeptic to supporter
Fresh Expressions of Church Book
In the last decade, a giant cultural wave has swept the North American church into a brand new world—a pluralistic, complicated, high-tech/low-touch world. Faced with the challenge of engaging a jaded culture, a fresh expression of church has emerged alongside the traditional church. This short book gives an overview of the Fresh Expressions movement and its innovative approach to reaching those who would perhaps never come to our church buildings.