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How to grow the mixed economy

Simple steps could help Fresh Expressions to have a greater impact, argues Michael Moynagh

IN THEIR book on innovation and entrepreneurship in mission, The Permanent Revolution: Apostolic imagination and practice for the 21st century Church (Jossey-Bass/Wiley, 2012), the American missionary thinkers Alan Hirsch and Tim Catchim comment that the Fresh Expressions movement in Britain has had only a marginal impact on the denominations. Fresh Expressions have yet to be thoroughly owned by the Churches where they operate.

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