Great leaders are liquid leaders. They have the ability to adapt to change and contextualize. Dave Gibbons explains in this short video clip.
What we need is a way of making and moving people so that as we make disciples, we release them into their destiny of pushing into new Kingdom-frontier. Church-as-Corporation doesn't do this.
Insight and advice on how to practically launch, sustain and multiply Missional Communities, from the authors of the new book, Launching Missional Communities-- A Field Guide.
Discipleship and disciple-making are key to any movement of the gospel. Mike Breen explains how to make missional disciples that lead to missional movements.
Mike Breen reminds us that "Attractional" and "Missional" are two ends of the same spectrum, and that missional communities need to be attractive in their missional work.
Over the coming weeks, we will be asking some of the leading thinkers and practitioners to answer 7 of the most frequently asked questions about missional communities. In this installment, Neil Cole tackles the question, "What is a missional community?" What do you think about Neil's definition? Does it leave you with any additional questions? Join the conversation...