Is not the mission of God to see people not only reconciled to God, but also diverse groups reconciled to each other? In this video, Leonce Crump challenges us to pursue racial reconciliation in light of the gospel.
Is a missional community something new, or just a repackaging of an old idea? Find out here.
When your co-worker or your neighbor asks you what you’re doing tonight, how do you answer when you’re gathering with your missional community?
Are your expectations of your community in line with God's vision for His people?
There's a script that all Christians tend to adhere to, where everything is "fine." Kids don't stick to the script... and that is one of the best reasons to include them in your community.
In what ways can your missional community join God in loving your neighbors this fall?
What was the best part of your community during this last season?
How is your missional community approaching the summer?
What should parents do if they feel their children are not welcome in their Missional Community?
Overcome the obstacles and challenges to implementing a missional movement in your church. Enter the missional coaching giveaway.
A Third Place is a place where your Christian community and your friends that do not believe in Jesus can connect with each other.
What is hindering the missional movement within your church? Find out.
I've watched someone be transformed by the gospel across the table from me and you can too. Here are 6 simple steps.
Find out why and how we can display the kingdom of our joyful King.
Being a family in a Missional Community is not only possible, but helps both your internal mission to your kids and your external mission to others.
What do missional communities actually do? Todd Engstrom gives an overview.
Find out why shared leadership is the design of God as the means to display His glory through a people not only one person.
The thought goes like this – if Missional Communities are not a bible study, I won’t be able to grow in my Christian faith. Find out why the exact opposite is true.
When talking with parents of young children about the idea of being in a Missional Community, of joining a small group of believers who work together to declare and demonstrate the gospel, I usually get one of two responses.