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All Saints Church presents: Alan Hirsch

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October 27, 2016
10am - 1pm

KNOWN FOR HIS INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO MISSION, ALAN IS WIDELY CONSIDERED TO BE A THOUGHT-LEADER AND KEY MISSION STRATEGIST FOR CHURCHES ACROSS THE WESTERN WORLD.

Hirsch is the author of The Forgotten Ways; co-author of The Shaping of Things to Come, ReJesus and The Faith of Leap (with Michael Frost); Untamed (with Debra Hirsch); Right Here, Right Now (with Lance Ford): On the Verge (with Dave Ferguson); The Permanent Revolution (with Tim Catchim).

His experience includes leading a local church movement among the marginalized, developing training systems for innovative missional leadership (Forge Mission Training Network), and heading up the mission and revitalization work of his denomination. Over the last six years Alan has been helping existing large churches transition towards missional movement through paradigm shifting process in Future Travelers.  His major focus at this critical point is on founding and developing 100Movements (100M), an organization committed to reanimating authentic transformative, missional movements around the six elements of mDNA through a process of deep change.  Church Resource Ministries (CRM) is Alan's formal sponsor and employer in the US. Alan's role with CRM is in missional leadership development.  

Alan is co-founder and associate faculty for the M.A. in Missional Church Movements at Wheaton College (Illinois).  He is also adjunct professor at Asbury Seminary, Fuller Seminary, George Fox Seminary, among others, and he teaches frequently throughout Australia, Europe, and the United States. He is series editor for Baker Books’ Shapevine series, IVP’s Forge line, and is an associate editor of Leadership Journal.

Alan Hirsch is the founder of 100MovementsForge Mission Training Network, and Future Travelers.

Suggested donation: $10 at the door.

Earlier Event: October 23
Guest Speaker - Andi Saccoccio
Later Event: October 30
Baby Dedication