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Hugh Halter

Hugh Halter (@HughHalter), an Outreach magazine contributing editor, is U.S. director of Forge America, an apprenticing community committed to training men and women to live as missionaries where they already are. He is the author of a number of books, most recently Flesh: Bringing the Incarnation Down to Earth and Brimstone: The Art and Act of Holy Nonjudgment. For more information: HughHalter.com

The Mysterious Mandate of ‘Small Discipleship’

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The kingdom of God grows through the practice of discipling a small group of people, which requires time and patience.

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Get Out There in Public Spaces

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“The public space is a space God inhabits, and he always shows up there because he’s always there.”

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Hugh Halter: The Power of Incarnational Ministry

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"Jesus was a man of the people because he would rather bring healing to the sick than go to church on Sunday."

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The Why of What We Do

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The way of Jesus was to include people in his life and then help them understand it later.

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3 Keys to Incarnational Leadership

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“We might not get to see all of God’s legacy in our lives, but we will get to see some—and that is worth everything.”

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Plant What God Would Plant, Go Where God Would Go

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“If we begin to think outside of the box, the city may truly rejoice that we showed up.”

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How to Start a Church Without a Dime

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“What would change if we lived out the truth that God does the building and growing as we live in simple kingdom ways?”

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The One Church Strategy That Always Works

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“Consider planting and building communities on mission, and let God build his church.”

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Why Throwing Great Parties Is Essential to Evangelism

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“When asked about the one true key to bringing people far from God near, I simply say, ‘Start throwing great parties.’”

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The End of Discipleship as We Know It

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Hugh Halter: “Missionaries don’t grow on trees, nor do they emerge after enough sermons have been preached to them.”

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