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Series: Forge Guides for Missional Conversation

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Community: Living as the People of God (Forge Guides for Missional Conversation) by Scott Nelson
Culture: Living in the Places of God (Forge Guides for Missional Conversation) by Scott Nelson
Mission: Living for the Purposes of God (Forge Guides for Missional Conversation) by Scott Nelson
Power: Living by the Spirit of God (Forge Guides for Missional Conversation) by Scott Nelson
Vision: Living Under the Promises of God (Forge Guides for Missional Conversation) by Scott Nelson

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  1. Missional Spirituality: Embodying God's Love from the Inside Out by Roger Helland (2011)
  2. In the Beginning, GOD: Creation, Culture, and the Spiritual Life by Marva J. Dawn (2009)
  3. XEALOTS: Defying the Gravity of Normality by Dave Gibbons (2011)
  4. The Vanishing Ministry in the 21st Century: Calling a New Generation to Lifetime Service by Woodrow Kroll (2002)
  5. A Tale of Three Virtues: Cures for Colorless Christianity by Steven R. Mosley (1989)
  6. Pursuing Justice: The Call to Live and Die for Bigger Things by Ken Wytsma (2013)
  7. Connecting with God: A Spiritual Formation Guide (Renovare Spiritual Formation Guides) by Renovare (2006)
  8. Move: What 1,000 Churches Reveal about Spiritual Growth by Greg L. Hawkins (2011)
  9. Calvinism in the Las Vegas Airport: Making Connections in Today's World by Richard J. Mouw (2004)
  10. New Testament models for ministry, Jesus and Paul by Colin G. Kruse (1983)
  11. Right Here, Right Now: Everyday Mission for Everyday People (Shapevine) by Alan Hirsch (2011)
  12. Discipleship Essentials: A Guide to Building Your Life in Christ by Greg Ogden (1998)
  13. The Sense of the Call: A Sabbath Way of Life for Those Who Serve God, the Church, and the World by Marva J. Dawn (2006)
  14. Church in Emerging Culture: Five Perspectives by Leonard Sweet (2003)
  15. Care of Converts: A Comprehensive Training Tool for Discipling New Believers by Keith M. Bailey (1997)

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