By: Russ Johnson, Gino Curcuruto & Tony Sorci
With a post-Christian society looming over the Western horizon, many church leaders and members race for the magic bullet. Ironically, it's the freedom from this race, made available to us through Jesus, that invites us to embrace an ancient, minimalist approach resonating with those who are uninterested in the church. Slow Down is a practical look at this ancient way for our present time.
By: Dr. Sean Benesh
In response to the fluidity of the culture, church planters are needing to think differently about how they should approach their calling. Rather than asking, “How do I plant a sustainable church?” many are beginning to ask instead, “How do I become sustainable as a church planter?” In Intrepid, Dr. Sean Benesh explores the latter through social entrepreneurship – where the gospel is proclaimed, communities find new hope for the future through economic development, and church planters create long-term sustainability.
RECLAIM FIELD GUIDE
By: Russ Johnson & Tony Sorci
As a network with one goal: a table of grace and belonging on every street, we created a resource that not only places the ancient message and medium of Jesus in the hands of everyone but makes it easy to transfer these truths as well. This internal resource is called Reclaim.
RECLAIM FIELD JOURNAL
By Tony Sorci & Gino Curcuruto
To serve everyone who journeys through Reclaim, we created this Journal that provides all of the key passages discussed, images for retention, and a place to keep notes through each discussion.