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The Road To Missional Shapevine

Author : Michael Frost
ISBN : 9781441234292
Genre : Religion
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It has recently become acceptable, and even fashionable, to refer to one's church as "missional." But many churches misunderstand the concept, thinking of "going missional" as simply being a necessary add-on to church-as-usual. This domestication of what is actually a very bold paradigm shift makes missional nothing more than one more trick to see church growth. With a light hand and a pastoral spirit, Michael Frost points out how church practitioners are not quite there yet. He reestablishes the ground rules, redefines the terms accurately, and insists that the true prophetic essence of "being missional" comes through undiluted. This clear corrective will take ministry leaders from "not missional yet" to well on their way.
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Author : Kim Hammond
ISBN : 9780830884063
Genre : Religion
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Ever wonder why people fall asleep in church? It happens. We ve all seen it. We shuffle into rows of seats that grow more comfortable with every new fundraising campaign. We slouch down and settle in for an hour or so, as singers and storytellers and preachers and teachers take their turns filling our ears. And almost without fail, at least one of us nods off while listening to the greatest story ever told. The church was not meant to be like this. The church was meant to be on its feet, in the world, making all things new. The church was meant to be sent. Kim Hammond and Darren Cronshaw want to help us—all of us—rediscover our sentness. Dive into Sentness, and explore the six postures of a church that s keeping pace with God s work in the world. Rediscover the gospel that first quickened your pulse and got you up on your feet, ready to go wherever Jesus called you. Get Sentness, and prepare to get sent.
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A Missiology Of The Road

Author : J. Kevin Livingston
ISBN : 9780227902691
Genre : Religion
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David Bosch (1929-1992) was one of the foremost mission theologians of the twentieth century; a prolific scholar, committed church leader and active participant in the global conciliar and evangelical mission movements. His distinctive role in the South African church’s struggle against apartheid is less well known, however. After reviewing Bosch’s background and exploring key themes in his understanding of mission and evangelism, Livingston explores Bosch’s legacy from the perspective of the missionary nature of the church. The church is God’s kingdom community, acting as a witness to and instrument of the coming reign of God. The church is God’s alternative community, simultaneously set apart from the world but also existing for the sake of the world, exemplifying the radical implications of Christ’s new community. It is also God’s reconciled and reconciling community, serving as a sign and embodiment of God’s love in Christ. For those acquainted with Bosch only as the author of his magisterial Transforming Mission, A Missiology of the Road shows how Bosch integrated his theology and practice in a faithful, contextually relevant way within South Africa and the global church.
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Beholding Him Becoming Missional

Author : Laura Krokos
ISBN : 9781449705749
Genre : Religion
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Beholding Him, Becoming Missional: Awakening to the Mission Through the Study of First Samuel will offer women the opportunity to walk away with minds and hearts that have been transformed through an intimate relationship with the King and lives uniquely refl ecting the King’s heart and mission for the world. Having a “come alongside and let’s do life together” flavor and feel, Beholding Him, Becoming Missional is written in a relational, authentic and relevant way. Laura Krokos shares victories, defeats, successes and embarrassments which coincide with 1 Samuel as it is packed full of stories of utter failures, redemption, victory, and partnering with others to live out God’s very heart. Beholding Him, Becoming Missional is set up in two sections. The first six chapters pull the reader into a more authentic and intimate relationship with God. The second six chapters move the reader to the point of action of living on purpose for the glory of God, reflecting His heart for the world.
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105132676797
Genre : Christianity
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Contains abstracts of missiological contributions, book reviews, and articles.
Category: Christianity

The Good Soil Process A Backyard Missional Field Guide

Author : Keith Tilley
ISBN : 9780557396467
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The Good Soil Process is a seasonal approach to effective missional disciple making. This "field guide" follows the annual Christian calendar and leads followers of Jesus towards vibrant, adventurous lives of faith. All of God's children are participants in God's amazing mission in the world. This field guide attempts to help the church reorient itself outward, as missionaries in our own backyards. The four annual seasons of engagement are Discern, Design, Develop and Delight.

Missional Spirituality

Author : Roger Helland
ISBN : 9780830869619
Genre : Religion
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If all of the earth is God's domain, why are Christians so terribly provincial? We rarely leave our church buildings, and our spirituality rarely takes us beyond ourselves. Veteran church leaders Roger Helland and Leonard Hjalmarson observe that Jesus begins his mission in the temple, where he wows the religious elite and chides his parents by saying, "Didn't you know I had to be in my Father's house?" But Jesus doesn't stay in the temple; indeed, in Christ the temple of the Lord is on the move--even to the ends of the earth. In this book the authors helpfully reconnect spirituality and mission, showing you how the spiritual life, when lived properly, follows a similar progression: we "come home" to Christ, loving him from our heart and soul and mind and strength. And then we set forth to love our neighbors as ourself. Discover how through this process you can reclaim the whole of God's kingdom for his glory and the fulfillment of your heart's longing.
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The Outrageous Idea Of The Missional Professor

Author : Paul M. Gould
ISBN : 9781498201551
Genre : Religion
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The outrageous idea of this book is that God wants to use professors as professors to reach others, transform the academy, and meet the needs of the world. God is on a mission to redeem and restore this fallen world, and as members of one of the most influential institutions in society, Christian professors in the university play an important role in that mission. Becoming a missional professor will require a clear vision of God's heart for the lost as well as humankind's purpose and calling under the banner of Christ, an understanding of the significance of the university as a cultural shaping institution and mission field, and a desire for Christian wholeness in a fragmented world. This idea is outrageous because many Christian professors struggle to live missionally and need a clear vision of such a life as well as role models to lead the way. Many professors already living missional lives need encouragement to "excel still more" (1 Thess 4:10). We all need God's grace and mercy as we try to faithfully follow Christ within the university.
Category: Religion

Introducing The Uncommon Lectionary

Author : Thomas G. Bandy
ISBN : 9781426725487
Genre : Religion
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Lays out the plan for a collection of readings from Scripture designed for the needs of seekers and the unchurched. The church has used lectionaries–lists of scriptures to be read on particular Sundays throughout the year–across its long history. Yet most lectionaries are inward-looking: they presuppose hearers who are familiar with the biblical story and accustomed to gearing their lives around the Christian year. Yet in the increasingly pagan world of North America, the church’s task is to reach out to those who are spiritually hungry, yet unfamiliar with the Christian story. In this important new work Tom Bandy has given those who plan and lead worship a new lectionary, specifically geared to the needs of seekers. He lays out a plan for a trip through the central biblical narratives, the purpose of which is to provide seekers with a basic understanding of the gospel, and to call disciples to a deeper experience of Christian faith.
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