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Mark Scandrette

Mark is an author, speaker and teacher based in San Francisco who is convinced that a more holistic biblical vision of abundance can bring life that is more in touch with the mission of God's kingdom. And a life more in touch with that mission needs to be focused on what is truly important with a deep foundation in core principles of spirituality, culture, time and money.

Mark is the author of "Soul Graffiti" (Jossey-Bass, 2008), "Practicing the Way of Jesus" (InterVarsity Press, 2011) and "FREE: Spending Your Time and Money on What Matters Most" (InterVarsity Press, 2013), He is also the co-founder of REIMAGINE where he and others helps people take risks to experiment together with how to integrate the way of Jesus into the details of everyday life.

To learn more about Mark or to schedule a speaking engagement visit MarkScandrette.com.

  1. Mark Scandrette at George Fox University

    Mark Scandrette, author of Practicing they Way of Jesus (InterVarsity Press, 2011) and FREE (InterVarsity Press, 2013) recently spoke on simplicity and living into the mission and kingdom of God in front of students at George Fox University in Oregon.

  2. Mark Scandrette, author of Practicing the Way of Jesus

    Mark Scandrette contends that Jesus has in mind something more lively for us: not a classroom so much as a kingdom, where our formation takes place not only in our heads but in our hearts and our bodies, and in the company of one another, in a way that blesses the world we've been entrusted with.

    In this video, Mark lays out, with the help of his community, what it takes to practice the way of Jesus.

  3. Barrio Libre

    Mark Scandrette, author of Practicing the way of Jesus, shares a story of community revival though common activism after tradegy strikes. Find more stories like this in his new book or at jesusdojo.com.

  4. The Museum Inspires

    Mark Scandrette, author of Practicing the Way of Jesus, explains that church is the museum of our faith, where appreciation is created and respect is paid to the master craftsman. Our lives then need to be inspired by the museum, and lived out as if in an art studio. Surrounded by clutter and mess, we must practice and get better at living the ways of Jesus.

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