From Dan Hyun at Sojourn Network: One of my cross-cultural experiences is learning there is something in American culture called “minute rice.” At first, this horrified me! Rice is something that needs to be prepared in this big cooker going for a very long while, bubbling and gurgling until it’s finally ready to be served …
(Via Clergy Coaching Network)
Rooted from Cairn Movement on Vimeo. I have been through “The Academy for Missional Wisdom” which attempts to be monastic, as well as missional. I confess that’s a part of the package that seemed to not really connect for me. However, I stumbled on the above video from the Cairn Movement from the Celtic lands …
This is a video of LIFE-ON-LIFE MISSIONAL DISCIPLESHIP and is well worth watching a couple of times. In particular, note the issues with a church that relies on proclamation. Explaining Life-on-Life Missional Discipleship from Life On Life Ministries on Vimeo.
“Merely transferring spiritual information can inoculate us to on-the-ground practice. Practice is being formed and informed by the bumps, bruises and baptism of application… this is being a Jesus follower.”
via “Church as Movement”)
September 17, 2016
True learning doesn’t take place until we learn experientially. And experiential learning often starts with someone modeling what we are to do.
(via “Church as Movement”)
September 16, 2016