Verge Missional Community Conference Main Session Francis Chan: Suffering and the Mission of God Download the full message:
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“If you love your mission more than you love your Savior, then your Savior will have no part of your mission.” These are strong words from Matt Carter at Verge 2010 that remind us of our first love and first priority. Be encouraged by this video and feel free to share it!
There is an undercurrent of anxiety in the evangelical world, and a hunger for something new. And we’re sensing the urgency of it. We need fresh, creative counterintuitive ways of doing ministry and church and leading it in the 21st century. We need to adapt. Fast. Both in our practices and our thinking.
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 Verge 2010 Main Session talk, Neil Cole talks about the church as a living system.
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.
Hereâ€™s a list of stories we featured over the week of December 12.
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.
In this breakout session from Verge 2010, George Patterson discusses discipleship and how someone like you can start a movement.
The Monkey and the Fish decodes profound shifts and events taking place in the world today due to globalism, multiculturalism and technology, and introduces an original approach to ministry, church, and leadership known as The Third Culture.
In this breakout session from Verge 2010, Jon Ferguson discusses how to develop leaders and pioneers.
Verge Missional Community Conference 2010 Breakout Session Alan Hirsch: Organic Systems Organic descriptions of the church abound in scripture. Images such as body, field, yeast, seeds, trees and vines are plentiful. An organic or living systems approach seeks to structure the common life of an organization around the rhythms and structures that mirror life itself…. Read More »
In this breakout session from Verge 2010, Caesar Kalinowski talks about the story of God and the role it plays in missional communities.
In this breakout session from Verge 2010, Hugh Halter talks about turning consumer Christians into missionaries.
Miss out on Verge Conference? Want to re-experience Verge 2010? Weâ€™ll be releasing the video and audio content from each of the main sessions. Hereâ€™s the audio content from Main Session 1.
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 breakout session from Verge 2010, Ed Stetzer discusses viral missional communities.