The book of Ephesians lays out a template and code for activating the Body of Christ. Find out what that looks like.
The conditions facing us in the twenty-first century not only pose a threat to our existence; they also present us with an extraordinary opportunity to reorient ourselves with an ancient energy lying dormant at the heart of the church.
Alan Hirsch discusses the critical importance of discipleship and disciple making.
Find out what it looks like to recover the leadership ethos that sparks and sustains gospel movements.
Most churches are not firing on all cylinders. But there is a specific Biblical formula for movemental leadership and the Church in the West has forgotten the ingredients. Find out why.
Alan Hirsch shares what the content of discipleship is.
Alan Hirsch describes missional discipleship, and why it's even weird to have to say it that way.
Alan Hirsch answers, "Why is discipleship important?"
Alan Hirsch discusses why evangelism cannot be out focus.
Alan Hirsch discusses the essentials to a missional movement.
Alan Hirsch discusses why Christianity without Christ is toxic.
Alan Hirsch discusses how evangelism creates consumers.
Alan Hirsch kicks off Verge Network’s Future Church series by answering the question, “What is the future of the church in America?”
"If the way that God engages the world is through incarnation, the we must become an incarnational people."
"It's not so much that the church has a mission, it's that the mission of God has a church." - Alan Hirsch
Disciples or consumers? With one you can build movements. With the other you can build nothing. Alan Hirsch explains the difference in this short video clip.
Find out what Alan Hirsch has to say about adventure and the hope of the gospel to rescue us from a safe religion.
Over the coming weeks, we will be asking some of the leading thinkers and practitioners to answer 7 of the most frequently asked questions about missional communities. In this PODCAST installment, Alan Hirsch tackles the question, â€œWhat is a missional community?â€ What do you think about Alanâ€™s definition? Does it leave you with any additional questions? Join the conversationâ€¦