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.
Mike Breen shares the first steps to beginning a missional community.
One of the things we talk about a lot in regards to Missional Communities is that they need to be balanced in the way that Jesus’ life was balanced. Mike Breen shares.
A missional community (MC) can be defined as a family of missionary servants who are sent to make disciples who make disciples. When trying to understand what a MC is, it may be best described as people livin... More...
Guest post by Todd Engstrom Perhaps the single most frequently asked question I receive with respect to missional communities is “what do we do with our children?”. The questions “how do we handle kids?” ... More...
Rodrick Gilbert, a disciple maker who began a discipleship movement in India that's started thousands of new churches, gives an incredible insight into the fruit of discipleship.
As a practitioner of missional communities, I am often asked, "What is the difference between a missional community and _____ (small group, Bible study, etc.)?" Here are the differences.
Ben Connelly discuesses incorporating kids in missional communities. (Part 1)
This is the final post in our short series on Missional Community as it is envisioned here at The Austin Stone.
Todd Engstrom continues the series on missional communities and shares about Life Transformation Groups.
This week, let’s take a look at Third Place, which helps us to grow in our outward lives, that is, our pursuit of those far from God.
We’re continuing a series of posts on Missional Communities at the Austin Stone. Last week, we answered the question “Why Missional Community?”, and this week we’ll define what a Missional Community is.
At the Austin Stone, we recently sent out a series of posts to our people on the topic of Missional Communities. In sharing these posts, our hope is that they will help you understand our church and the calling that God has given us.