Sabtu, 24 September 2016

New Edition of The Forgotten Ways

Pre-Order the New Edition of the Paradigm-Shifting The Forgotten Ways

Alan Hirsch’s paradigm-shifting classic remains the definitive statement of the church as dynamic missional movement. The bestselling first edition ignited a conversation about how to harness the power of movements for the future growth of the church.
In this major update, Hirsch shares significant insights gained along the way, provides fresh new examples of growing churches, and reflects on the last ten years of the missional movement.
The new edition has been thoroughly updated and revised throughout and includes a new foreword by Ed Stetzer and a new afterword by Jeff Vanderstelt.

Rich insights that, if ignited by the Holy Spirit, can revolutionize many churches today.”
—Howard A. Snyder, author of The Problem of Wineskins; visiting director, Manchester Wesley Research Centre

Only a handful of books have set the stage for God to have a conversation with the whole church about his mission. The Forgotten Ways is one of those books, now available with critical updates.”
—Hugh Halter, author, church planter, and director of Forge America

This book is must-read.”
—Jo Saxton, chair of the board, 3dmovements; church planter, author, and speaker

The Forgotten Ways has been a road map for missional movements. The map is now updated with even more insight and ten more years of learning.”
—Neil Cole, Movement Catalyst; author of Organic Church, Church 3.0, and Primal Fire

Hirsch has freshened his groundbreaking work for a new generation of readers. . . . As relevant and as powerful as ever.”
—Michael Frost, author of The Road to Missional, and Surprise the World

I heartily recommend The Forgotten Ways to church planters and ministry leaders around the world.”
—Mark Reynolds, vice president of leadership programs, Redeemer City to City

If you are serious about the future of the church, then read every page and allow it to activate a movement within you and throughout the life of the church.”
—Brad Brisco, coauthor of Missional Essentials, and Next Door as It Is in Heaven

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