The book takes the reader on a journey of biblical rediscovery by offering a prismatic, alternative view, which is at the same time missional
and social-ethical: it is the perspective of choosing life.
Its functional agenda of offering integration to the diverse and scattered lives of people and organizing them into one missional
agenda has been called into question.
Tiede engaged the packed house on the topic, "Acts as a Missional
Document." As one might expect, after a day studying Acts with Dr.
Indeed, a major missional
shift began in 1979, providing the occasion for those who desired to encourage more ecumenical involvement in the church to promote legislation at the denomination's 1980 World Conference, which affirmed the importance of ecumenical engagement.
From Permission to Commission: The Missing Missional
It is unsettling yet hopeful--a fair description of the Christian faith as well and, therefore, fitting for a book that seeks to restore the church to the joyful, abundant, missional
life it is called to live.
Some of the waning of missional
fire is inevitable for the people who learn to live and work in complex systems in which one cannot lead with one's enthusiasm about faith without being seen as intolerant.
formation is not possible if theological education is not tuned to the realities of the context.
Elim Events Missional
Community leaders Pete and Norma Murchie said: "We want to help the town and we know some households are going through hard times.
He started this company because of his desire to build cultural, educational, and missional
connections between students and educators around the world.
Pastors, Global Christian Leaders, and other Visionary Missional
Leaders highly endorse the book.
Jo Saxton is a pastor, missional
leader, speaker, and author.