Christians live the mission of Jesus in the world by embodying the gospel wherever they go.
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Every Christian needs to align with the mission of Jesus!
For my doctoral dissertation on Missional Transformation, I provided a glossary of key terms. I hope that posting it here will be helpful to those who are joining in the missional conversation. Please give feedback on terms and ideas – those with which you agree or disagree.
Here is my dissertation abstract:
Wow! I can’t believe I finished my dissertation late last night! It feels incredible to be done.
While in India, I met John Michel. He is an incredible Christian brother with a passion to transform cities in America to truly become “Servant Cities.” He has a vision and a passion to see true transformation take place.
Missional Transformation is a process where believers align themselves (passions, desires, behaviors, habits) with the redemptive mission of Jesus.
Missional Transformation is a process where believers align themselves (passions, desires, behaviors, habits) with the redemptive mission of Jesus. It’s becoming a missionary everywhere you are!
Joshy Tewes is an incredible Indian woman. She’s found her Samaria in the slums of Chennai. In response to the leading of the Holy Spirit, she began reaching out to women in the slums just five minutes from her home.
I’ve been thinking about the absence of missional leaders. I believe that there is a direct connection to the training pastors receive in seminary.
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