In this main session talk from Verge 2010, Hugh Halter talks about creating incarnational community.
"In order to lead our people to see all of life as ministry and mission we must equip them to live out the gospel in everyday activities â€“ rhythms. We have found some transferable patterns or rhythms of life that should be lived out in light of the Gospel and our gospel identity." Jeff Vanderstelt talks about Gospel Rhythms in this main session talk from Verge 2010.
In this breakout session from Verge 2010, Charles Lee talks about how to take an idea from its beginning all the way to its implementation.
In this breakout session from Verge 2010, Hugh Halter helps us understand the concept of 'Kingdom' and gets us from "that place you go after you die" to "the new world order" here on Earth.
"The most unreached peoples in the world are more reachable in cities." Tim Keller takes a look at sociological changes around the world and the implications they have for spreading the Gospel.
Verge 2010 speaker Hugh Halter answers The Big Question about Missional Communities and Small Groups: What's the difference?
In this breakout session from Verge 2010, Charles Lee asks and attempts to answer the question, "Can Jesus really, in a tangible way, touch and impact this world?"
In this main session talk from Verge 2010, David Garrison talks about the disciple-making movements that are taking place around the world today.
Francis Chan explains what Verge is all about, how God is really doing something, and how we really on the verge of seeing something new happen in our churches.
In these 7 videos, Alan Hirsch explains and articulates the DNA of Gospel Movements, the dynamics that lead to the rapid, indigenous multiplication of the gospel.
The systems that hold a movement together