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Components allow you to introduce additional “line items” to your products that are often expressed as “add-ons”, upsold features, or pay-per-use items. See the blog post about quantity-based components that introduces the components feature in general.

Components are defined at the product family level, and are therefore available to all products within the family.

Quantity-based and on/off components associated with a subscription are billed in along with the product, while metered component usage is billed in arrears. See setting component allocations for more information.

Components Product Families

If you create a product in "Product Family A", it will not be available in "Product Family B". You must recreate the component in each product family to make it available across product families.

Once you have created a component, it will appear under the product family on the Products tab. You can make changes to the component by clicking the ‘Edit’ link

You can archive a component if you no longer wish it to be applied to new subscriptions. Customers who are currently subscribed to a component will not be affected.

To unarchive a component, simply locate the component under “Archived Items” and select unarchive to make the component available for purchase again.

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Before you apply a component to a subscription, you must understand the three types of components that you can build within Chargify. Please read-on to understand the complexities of components. Of course, if you have any questions, please reach out to our knowledgeable staff with any questions.

The difference between the two is that a metered component will reset to 0 at the end of the billing period and a quantity based component will not. This billing period is defined at the product level. So for example, if you have a product that bills every 3 months, any component you attach to that product will bill every 3 months as well.

Metered components are used to bill for any type of unit that resets to 0 at the end of the billing period (think daily Google Awords clicks or monthly cell phone minutes). This is most commonly associated with usage-based billing, billing for overages, and much more.

For metered components, you tell us every time one of your customers uses some unit or units of your “widgets”. At the end of the billing period, Chargify will bill your customer for the total number of widgets used, and then we will reset the widget count to zero and the whole process starts over for the new billing period.

Note that this is different from quantity-based components, which DO NOT reset to zero at the start of every billing period. If you want to bill for a quantity of something that does not change unless you change it, then you want quantity components, instead.

Pablo Carillo

Founder, PM Internacional

In the present day, sharing the Gospel to Muslims [or to anyone else] is different than the “mission compound” methodologies. I highly recommend this book to be read by readers who are striving to share Christ to anyone, especially to Muslims. It is also a thoughtful reading for general Christ followers [Christians] who are interested in understanding the issues in a mission field context. This book will encourage all of us to pray for those who are involved every day in helping people to understand the Injil .

K. Rajendran

World Evangelical Alliance Mission Commission; Global Roundtable

An excellent presentation of how to achieve a proper balance between sociological and spiritual realities within the challenge of outreach to Muslims. The concept of “Ummah” (community) is explored and suggestions made on how to integrate believers into a new grouping that preserves biblical integrity while not denouncing Muslim culture and life. A valuable resource for practitioners on the front lines.

Phil Parshall

SIM, Missionary at Large

Chapter 1: Introduction: Transformed in Christ David Greenlee

Section 1: "Understanding the Complexity of Conversion"

Chapter 2: Fuzzy Thinking and the Conversion Process David Radford

Chapter 3: Relationships, Emotion, Doctrine, Intellect—and All That Follows Kathryn Kraft

Chapter 4: Refusing to Choose: Multiple Belonging among Arab Followers of Christ Jens Barnett

Chapter 5: Living a Pun: Cultural Hybridity among Arab Followers of Christ Jens Barnett

Chapter 6: Conversion in the Light of Identity Theories Tim Green

Chapter 7: Identity Choices at the Border Zone Tim Green

Section 2: "Culture, Community, and Coming to Faith in Christ"

Chapter 8: The Ummah and Christian Community Sufyan Baig

Chapter 9: Patronage, Salvation, and Being Joined with Jesus: Socio-anthropological Insights from South Asia Colin Edwards

Chapter 10: "Us" or "Me"? Modernization and Social Networks among China’s Urban Hui Enoch J. Kim

Chapter 11: Knowing but Not Confessing: Attitudes of Youth in Baku who have Heard the Good News Russell Eleazar

Chapter 12: Sharing the Truth with Courtesy and Respect for all Cultures Rick Brown

Chapter 13: Getting to the Source of Guilt, Fear, and Shame: Innocence, Security and Honor in the Muslim Context L. R. Burke

Chapter 14: Areas of Change in the Conversion Processes of East African Muslims Reinhold Straehler

Section 3: "Lessons to Foster Fruit and Growth"

Chapter 15: Fruitfulness from the Perspective of the Fruit and the Farmer J. Dudley Woodberry

Chapter 16: Mission: Imitation of Christ Jean-Marie Gaudeul

Chapter 17: Nestorians, Conversion, and Mission on the Early Silk Road Jihan Paik

Chapter 18: The Anotoc Story, Continued: Group Dynamics within an Insider Movement John Kim

Chapter 19: The “Disconnect” in The Discipleship of South Asian Women: Socio-cultural and Religious Barriers among Muslim Background Believers Karen Scott

Chapter 20: Women's Gatherings and Leadership Mary Davidson

Chapter 21: Liturgy to Focus Mind and Heart: Fostering Spiritual Growth among Muslim Seekers Ruth Nicholls

Chapter 22: Against Winds and Waves: The Countercultural Movement of a Turk and the Turkish Protestant Church James Bultema

Chapter 23: Concluding Reflections David Smith

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How One Man Dared to Shake Up World Missions

by: Harold Fickett (Author)

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Legendary missionary strategist Ralph D. Winter always provoked strong reactions, one way or another. This long overdue book captures both the genius and the controversy of a self-described “social engineer,” named by Time magazine as one of the 25 Most Influential Evangelicals in America.

There was never a time when my life and that of my late husband intersected with Ralph Winter’s life that we were not confronted and challenged by his amazing thinking. Bill and Ralph were roommates at Princeton Theological Seminary and remained friends and mutual encouragers through the years of their separate ministries. This volume portrays the development of Ralph’s thinking that led to his initiating the Roberta Winter Institute. In his captivating style, Harold Fickett draws his readers into Ralph’s godly, productive life.

Bob Blincoe

US Director, Frontiers

In the years I have followed the lives and ministry of Daniel Waheli and his family, I have come to regard them as examples of Christian discipleship and cross-cultural church planting at its best. Now comes this book that profoundly humbles, challenges, and motivates me.

Herschel Rosser

Church planting mentor and coach, Vineyard USA

Foreword. Acknowledgments A Note to the Reader

Appendices Appendix 1: Family Devotional Appendix 2: Fifteen Principles of Disciple Making Movements (DMMs) Appendix 3: Glossary

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Papers on Syncretism: 1965-1988

by: Alan R. Tippett (Author) , Doug Priest (Editor)

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A primary concern amongst missiologists is presenting the gospel in a way that is culturally relevant without adulterating the essential truths of the message. The ability to appropriately contextualize this message is the difference between establishing an indigenous Christianity as opposed to introducing syncretism. In this compendium of presentations and papers, the issue is addressed with regard to the idea of covenant relationship with the Lord. Drawing from interdisciplinary research across continents, Tippett examines the syncretistic religious behaviors eminent at the time of his writing that threatened to fracture this covenant relationship— from eastern personality cults in India to scientology in Australia, from satanism in the United States to animism in Mexico. While his research only spans a set number of years, Tippett provides timeless insights for a global church burdened with the Great Commission call in an increasingly pluralistic world.

Series Foreword Foreword Slippery Paths in the Darkness Preface

Afterthought and Declaration References Index

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Communicating the Christian Message to People Who Don’t Read

by: Harry Box (Author)

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Don’t Throw the Book at Them addresses one of the most vital issues in contemporary missions. It is a manual for cross-cultural missionaries and national church leaders ministering in societies based on oral rather than written communication. Harry Box is a former missionary and researcher in Papua New Guinea and among the Aborigines of Central Australia. In this book, he explains the distinct characteristics of oral societies, how they differ from literacy-oriented societies, Jesus’ ministry to oral communicators, and why effective presentation of the Christian message demands that Western Christians change their approach to orality.He goes beyond case studies and analysis, allowing the reader to develop a detailed plan for communication.

Let me state right at the start that the research in this book is excellent. It is a must-read not just for prospective missionaries but for any person in the communications business. It is for teachers and preachers, for broadcasters and publishers alike. . . I find the book as a great teaching tool with good research and easy-to-follow ideas that can be adapted to any curriculum. I also see it as essential material to teach any communicator, preacher, or missionary in the church. There are some startling revelations in the book about biblical history and culture, which help any communicator add to the quality of their message.

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