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On The Verge – Francis Chan

http://vimeo.com/25103072 Francis Chan delivers this inspiring message at the Exponential: On The Verge Conference 2011. The church in the west in...
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Children in Your Missional Community – Jo Saxton

Check out this clip of Jo Saxton at Exponential 2011: On the Verge, as she fields the question: "What do you do with children in your missional community?" She offers great insight into the mindset, flexibility, and creativity required by parents to bring their children into God's mission. In fact, kids may be the best evangelists in your group!
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Leading a Street Movement – Reggie McNeal

"God is not going to sit around and wait on church people to get it, to prosecute His mission." In this short clip from Exponential 2011: On the Verge, Reggie McNeal challenges everyone to begin the shift from church-centric thinking to Kingdom-centric thinking. Check out this clip from the conference and stay tuned for more clips and full sessions from this year's conference!
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Our Dangerous Story – Michael Frost

"Nostalgia will move us nowhere!" Michael Frost challenges those in attendance at Exponential 2011: On the Verge to tell the dangerous story of Yahweh coming to earth as a man, before we tell stories of packed pews and loud choirs. Check out this clip from the conference and stay tuned for more clips and full sessions from this year's conference!
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Unity in Mission – Leroy Barber

"The more we divide, the less the world sees Jesus." This is the powerful message that Leroy challenged us with at Exponential 2011: On the Verge. Check out this clip from the conference and stay tuned for more clips and full sessions from this year's conference!
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How to Know Your Gift – JR Woodward

Check out this clip of JR Woodward during a breakout session from Exponential 2011: On the Verge. In this session he breaks down the skills and gifts of Apostle, Pastor, Evangelist, Prophet, and Teacher, and how these giftings affect the community dynamic.
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For the City – Darrin Patrick

To be a church for the city requires imagination - thinking outside of the norms of church and church planting. Imagination is to key for the church and it’s people to see the mission as Jesus sees it. The goal in this move is for each individual and church to “see it.” Once a follower or church is able to “see it” then a missional movement is possible.
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Matt Carter: Innovation in Mission | VIDEO

Innovation is the implementation of missional imagination and to do mission as Jesus does it. The goal in this move is for each individual and church to "do it." The outcome of every Christ follower and church living sent lives on mission is a missional movement.
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Rob Wegner: Imagine a Missional Movement | VIDEO

Imagination is key in order for God's people to see the mission as Jesus sees it. The goal in this move is for each individual and church to "see it." Once a follower or church is able to "see it" then a missional movement is possible.
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Imagination in Mission

Check out this video from Exponential 2011: On the Verge of Neil Cole encouraging leaders to help their people "see" the mission of Jesus.
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Alan Hirsch: On the Verge

Alan joins Stew from the Verge Network to discuss his upcoming book with Dave Ferguson, On the Verge.
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For The City | BOOK

The response to our 1st giveaway of this new book was so incredible that we wanted to give away even more books for FREE! We're giving away another 10 copies of Matt Carter & Darrin Patrick's new book, For the City!
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Darrin Patrick: For the City

For the City Book Preview with Darrin Patrick Darrin joins Stew with the Verge Network to talk about his and Matt Carter's upcoming book, For The...
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Question 7 | RECAP

We spent time asking leading thinkers and practitioners to answer 7 of the most frequently asked questions about missional...
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Jo Saxton: Stories of Hope and Struggle | VIDEO

-7 Questions Series- Question 7: What are some stories of hope and struggle you've encountered with Missional Communities? Stew interviews Jo Saxton about stories of hope and struggles that are common to Missional Communities.
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Hugh Halter: Peers, Struggles, Dangers, Successes

-7 Questions Series- Question 7: What are some stories of struggle and success that are common to Missional Communities? First, I think we have to fight as much as we can against what we would view as success because at the end of the day...
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Rob Wegner: Peers & Struggles | PRINTABLE

-7 Questions Series- Question 7: What are some stories of hope and struggle that are common to Missional Community? The biggest struggle for us has been the whole process of helping our people completely rethink church. We've been on that for probably...
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Matt Carter: What do Missional Communities do?

-7 Questions Series- Question 6: What do Missional Communities do? Missional communities will vary across contexts, but they must be rooted in gospel; identity first, then methods and theory. What we've found is that if Christians love the gospel, they'll be willing to do incredible things for the sake of making Jesus known to those around them. At The Austin Stone...