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BeTheChurchDiscipleship and Mission Made Simple

Sometimes the simplest things can get lost in tradition or become over complicated due to confusion or lack of practice. Sometimes we are just too smart for our own good.

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The reality of who we are as Christians, the Church and as disciples, while having historical and eternal importance, has become somewhat muddled in our modern understanding and dialogue. As the conversation around being “missional” has come front and center within certain church circles in recent years, it seems that many of us struggle to grasp and/or explain the basics to others.

This short book of simple pictures and conversations is meant to offer a starting point–a way to get, or keep, the dialogue going around some of the key issues surrounding who we are as the Church and what our mission really is.

Drawing from Seth McBee’s Napkin Theology, you can use this free resource to understand, explain and illustrate the simplicity of discipleship and mission.

This free resource includes:

  • 10 drawings about discipleship and mission
  • 10  conversations about discipleship and mission
  • Discipleship stories that illustrate everyday mission

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