Missional Field Notes

Quotes, Examples, and Ideas from My Missional Frontier

Eliza Thomas tries to get us to think about meals, missionally. After all, that’s what Jesus did. She write: It’s difficult to conceive of mission without meals. Following the pattern of Jesus, shared meals can be an occasion for disciple making. Whether casual or formal, a quick snack from a street vendor or a multicourse …

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The following is from Central Church in Great Britain: God has changed each of our lives in an incredible way. We’d love to see the same transformation in the lives of our friends and in our city. That’s why our Missional Communities exist. These communities are at the very core of how we do church. We …

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This I hadn’t really thought of before. Most of the missional conversation involves “going out.” We’re getting the people out of the church into the community. We’re engaged in service projects. We’re trying to meet people where they are. It all seems so very basic. But what if, for some reason, you can’t really “get …

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This is what I’d love to be working towards. I’m still..still…still…a long way from it. You don’t want to miss gathering with a missional community throughout the week. As God’s family we regularly gather together to gospel one another (life on life), be the church together (life together), and be on mission together (life on …

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The Well Community Church is in Great Britain and they have tried to find a balance between being “the church gathered” and being “the church scattered.” What is interesting from is how their missional communities all have their own schedule, their own way of gathering. And, since some of these gatherings are on Sunday mornings, …

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