Missional Field Notes

Quotes, Examples, and Ideas from My Missional Frontier

Scripture is a crosscultural book. It was written in cross-cultural contexts. Its full of cross-cultural encounters. It assumes cross-cultural movements. It ends with cross-cultural worship.

(Via Chris Woznicki)

November 19, 2016

You might have seen advertisements for these in your neck of the woods: Churches having laser tag nights for neighborhoods. Churches putting in portable climbing walls or bounce houses in the attempt to appear young and hip and exciting. Churches trying to get “cooler” and “cooler” with their music selections to have church resemble a …

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This is from Redemption Hill Community Church in Auburn, Maine. This was a new church plant, with Missional Communities build into its DNA. While I know that new church starts are challenging and, for all the success stories we read, there are stories of “plants” that never “grew.” Nevertheless, sometimes starting new can be easier …

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Gathering = Coming together as the larger church body for worship. Scattering = Going out to the world. Here’s how the V3 movement describes how much you need: Scattering for mission works best in the community when you couple it with regular gatherings where people can give testimonies, share challenges, and be inspired through friendships …

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