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Faith of My Fathers: Conversations with Three Generations of Pastors about Church, Ministry, and Culture (Emergentys) by Chris Seay2
Adventures in Missing the Point: How the Culture-Controlled Church Neutered the Gospel by Brian D. McLaren3
Stories of Emergence: Moving from Absolute to Authentic (Emergent YS) by Mike Yaconelli5
Church in Emerging Culture: Five Perspectives by Leonard Sweet9
Making Sense of Church: Eavesdropping on Emerging Conversations About God, Community, and Culture by Spencer Burke11
The Search to Belong: Rethinking Intimacy, Community, and Small Groups by Joseph R. Myers12
Experiential Storytelling: (Re) Discovering Narrative to Communicate God's Message (Emergent YS) by Mark Miller13
Emerging Worship: Creating Worship Gatherings for New Generations by Dan Kimball15
Reimagining Spiritual Formation: A Week in the Life of an Experimental Church by Doug Pagitt16
Postmodern Children's Ministry: Ministry to Children in the 21st Century Church (Emergent YS) by Ivy Beckwith18
Stumbling Toward Faith: My Longing to Heal from the Evil That God Allowed (EMERGENTYS) by Renee N. Altson19
Leadership Wisdom from Unlikely Voices: People of Yesterday Speak to Leaders of Today by Dave Fleming20
A Generous Or†hodoxy: Why I Am a Missional, Evangelical, Post/Protestant, Liberal/Conservative, Mystical/Poetic, Biblical, Charismatic/Contemplative, Fundamentalist/Calvinist, Anabaptist/Anglican, Methodist, Catholic, Green, Incarnational, Depressed-yet-Hopeful, Emergent, Unfinished Christian by Brian D. McLaren21
The Out of Bounds Church?: Learning to Create a Community of Faith in a Culture of Change (Emergent Ys) by Steve Taylor22
The Hidden Power of Electronic Culture: How Media Shapes Faith, the Gospel, and Church by Shane Hipps23
The Sacred Way: Spiritual Practices for Everyday Life (Emergent YS) by Tony Jones25
The Church in Transition: The Journey of Existing Churches into the Emerging Culture by Tim Conder27
Preaching Re-Imagined by Doug Pagitt36

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