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Right Here, Right Now: Everyday Mission for Everyday People (Shapevine) by Alan Hirsch
The Road to Missional: Journey to the Center of the Church by Michael Frost
Untamed: Reactivating a Missional Form of Discipleship (Shapevine) by Alan Hirsch

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  1. The Tangible Kingdom: Creating Incarnational Community (Jossey-Bass Leadership Network Series) by Hugh Halter (2008)
  2. The Faith of Leap: Embracing a Theology of Risk, Adventure and Courage by Michael Frost (2011)
  3. The Shaping of Things to Come: Innovation and Mission for the 21 Century Church by Michael Frost (2003)
  4. The Forgotten Ways Handbook: A Practical Guide for Developing Missional Churches by Alan Hirsch (2009)
  5. The Forgotten Ways: Reactivating the Missional Church by Alan Hirsch (2006)
  6. The Missional Leader: Equipping Your Church to Reach a Changing World (J-B Leadership Network Series) by Alan Roxburgh (2006)
  7. Missional: Joining God in the Neighborhood (Allelon Missional Series) by Alan J. Roxburgh (2011)
  8. The Ministry of the Missional Church: A Community Led by the Spirit by Craig Van Gelder (2007)
  9. On the Verge: A Journey Into the Apostolic Future of the Church (Exponential Series) by Alan Hirsch (2011)
  10. A Light to the Nations: The Missional Church and the Biblical Story by Michael W. Goheen (2011)
  11. Exiles: Living Missionally in a Post-Christian Culture by Michael Frost (2006)
  12. Breaking the Missional Code: Your Church Can Become a Missionary in Your Community by Ed Stetzer (2006)
  13. Missional Church in Perspective, The: Mapping Trends and Shaping the Conversation (The Missional Network) by Craig Van Gelder (2011)
  14. Introducing the Missional Church: What It Is, Why It Matters, How to Become One (Allelon Missional Series) by Alan J. Roxburgh (2009)
  15. Missional Spirituality: Embodying God's Love from the Inside Out by Roger Helland (2011)

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