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Dwight J. Friesen is associate professor of practical theology at Mars Hill Graduate School in Seattle. He was the founding pastor of Quest: A Christ-Commons in Bellevue, Washington, where he lives with his family.
Dwight J. Friesen (DMin, George Fox University) is assistant professor of practical theology at Mars Hill Graduate School in Seattle. He was the founding pastor of Quest: A Christ-Commons in Bellevue, Washington, and lives in Seattle, Washington, with his family.
Cluster 1 Seeing Connectively
Foreword: Let There Be Links by Leonard Sweet 11
Preface: One Pastor's Quest for a More Connective Way 15
Introduction: Improving Our Connective Sight by Readjusting Our Lenses 21
Cluster 2 God's Networked Kingdom
1 The Networked Kingdom: Harnessing the Power of Social Networks 33
2 Links: Different Kinds of Relationships and Why They Matter 45
3 Nodes: Unleashing the Networked Person 61
Cluster 3 Leading That Connects
4 Connective Leaders: The Parable of Google 79
5 Leading Connectively: How Chaordic Life Reorients Leading 91
Cluster 4 Networked Church
6 Christ-Commons: Reimagining the Body of the Institutional Church 105
7 Christ-Clusters: Reimagining the Soul of the Local Church 119
Cluster 5 Connective Practices
8 Missional And'ing: The Sneeze Effect and the Viral Gospel 133
9 Network Ecology: Caring for the Networks You Are In 147
10 Weaving a Tapestry: Networking Spiritual Formation 161
Afterword: The Great Connection by Dan Allender 175
Posted May 16, 2011
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