How To Be A Missional Leader – JR Woodward

If the church is going to faithfully rebirth herself in the Western context and cultivate a fruitful missional ethos, she must awaken the five equippers to live as cultural architects who awaken the entire community to join God in the renewal of all things.

How to Know Your Gift – JR Woodward

Check out this clip of JR Woodward during a breakout session from Exponential 2011: On the Verge. In this session he breaks down the skills and gifts of Apostle, Pastor, Evangelist, Prophet, and Teacher, and how these giftings affect the community dynamic.

7 Questions Series | RECAP

We spent several months with leading thinkers and practitioners to answer 7 of the most frequently asked questions about missional communities. Join the conversation!

Question 5 | RECAP

We asked some of the leading thinkers and practitioners to answer 7 of the most frequently asked questions about missional communities. Question #5: How do you Train Missional Community Leaders? 1. JR W... More...

JR Woodward: How to Train Leaders | PRINTABLE

-7 Questions Series- Question 5: How do you train missional community leaders? Developing and training leaders for missional communities begins with cultivating a discipleship ethos. We need to look at discipleship holistically, beginning with those who have yet to self-identify as Christians, and then all the way across the continuum...

JR Woodward: What is a missional community? | PRINTABLE

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, JR Woodward tackles the question, “What is a missional community?” What do you think about JR's definition? Does it leave you with any additional questions? Join the conversation...