An MCC 2011 Reflection by Laurie Neill, MDIV Senior concentrating in Children, Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary
The reality that
John Roberto brought to light for me at the 2011 Missional Church Consultation
was that it is not only possible, but beneficial, for the church to provide faith formation for anyone, anytime, anywhere, 24x7x365. While I know that our youth (and adults) are connected to each other on many different levels and circles (often at the same time), I never really
By Sandy Troyan, MA Senior in Children, Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary
Edited & posted by Keith Long, MDiv Senior concentrating in Children, Youth and Family Ministry and Congregational Leadership and Mission at Luther Seminary
The conversation is alive, yet holds two dominate perspectives:
1. I am aware that the world around me is different. Things look different. People are different. And the very nature of our wants and needs are much different.
2. I am aware of the world
By Allison Tunseth, Master of Arts Student in Children, Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary
Brenda Olson’s workshop presentation for the Missional Church Consultation 2011
and article on faith formation and the urban church, unpacks the theme of relationships by engaging the idea of ‘
Olson defines accompaniment in the urban church as, “a joint venture in which collaboration and community building serve the margins of our society to develop a
Seventh Annual Consultation on the Missional Church
November 4-5, 2011
How does the church remain faithful, while also being open and imaginative?
The church finds itself at an important crossroads. Aspects of church are being questioned, new challenges are stressing current practices and old answers are not sufficient for current circumstances. In the midst of this reality, however, some believe that the future of the church has great promise.
Those participating in the Missional Church conversation