"It's not so much that the church has a mission, it's that the mission of God has a church." - Alan Hirsch
According to Alan Hirsch, danger is good for us. Find out why in this short video clip from the Verge Conference.
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.
Francis Chan, Matt Carter, Alan Hirsch and Odd Thomas all exhort and challenge us to keep Jesus at the center of all we are and do in these inspiring videos.
Find out what Alan Hirsch has to say about adventure and the hope of the gospel to rescue us from a safe religion.
Here are a few of our favorite books that we at Verge can recommend, and would love for you to pick up one (or all of them!) and be inspired, challenged, and deepened in your walk with Jesus.
Experts teach us principles for practical theology, but experience can teach us far more. Here are 3 steps for adapting the experts' advice for your context.
The book of Ephesians lays out a template and code for activating the Body of Christ. Find out what that looks like.
Find out how celebrity pastors are ruining the church.
All good missionaries know the power of social engagement. Party is sacrament and we must relearn and re-orient our lives around friends, food, and celebration if we are going to have any influence upon the culture right next door. Find out how.
Missional practices don’t work in every context, but missional principles do. Missional communities must adapt for every context.
Here's one sure way to make sure that you do NOT start a missional movement.
A missional community (MC) can be defined as a family of missionary servants who are sent to make disciples who make disciples. When trying to under... More...