Discerning Mission

Missional Lab: Roadblocks that Wreck the Church (Part 3)

By Josh Linman

“Becoming missional will save the church.”

Whether we want to admit it or not, many mainline pastors and denominations are banking on this idea. In our race to become missional, we have allowed some key assumptions to endure that are actually roadblocks to renewal.

Missional Assumption 3: Faith is ignited in hearing the Gospel preached

Missional Reality 3: Faith is ignited in experiencing the Gospel practiced

This is probably the point where someone will take away my

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Missional Lab: Roadblocks that Wreck the Church (Part 2)

By Josh Linman

“Becoming missional will save the church.”

Whether we want to admit it or not, many mainline pastors and denominations are banking on this idea. In our race to become missional, we have allowed some key assumptions to endure that are actually roadblocks to renewal.

Missional Assumption 2: Worship is the centerpiece of Christian life

Missional Reality 2: Discipleship is the centerpiece of Christian life

Most mainline churches missed the “attractional” church

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Missional Lab: Roadblocks that Wreck the Church (Part 1)

By Josh Linman

 “Becoming missional will save the church.”

Whether we want to admit it or not, many mainline pastors and denominations are banking on this idea. In our race to become missional, we have allowed some key assumptions to endure that are actually roadblocks to renewal.

Missional Assumption 1: Becoming missional should be our priority

Missional Reality 1: Developing disciples should be our priority

This assumption is not bad. In fact, becoming a missional congregation

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Live From Rethinking Evangelism

Here are links to relevant websites used during our conversation:

todaysmeet.com - live backchannel conversation

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critical questions day one comments and ranking

rethinking evangelism mind map

 

 

 

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Critical Questions from Rethinking Evangelism Day One

At the end of a vibrant, engaging first day at the Rethinking Evangelism conference, the 300 or participants were asked to gather in groups of four or five and come up with their critical question of the day.

These Critical Questions from Day One are now posted here.  

Join the conversation… respond, rank and reflect. 

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