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What do we learn about innovation (and ourselves) from working at the margins?
Christians fall into Seth Godin's conceptual dip just like other entrepreneurs. How we climb out of it will be different.
As churches fret over institutional decline, they forget to listen to the needs of their local communities and respond with entrepreneurial (and lavish) solutions.
The Greenbelt Festival is a prime example of traditioned innovation – the revival meeting in a creative new guise.
The social entrepreneur behind The Mentoring Project shows how the church can stand in for a generation without dads.
Leadership Education at Duke Divinity teaches a way of thinking that holds the past and future in tension, not in opposition.
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