Use this free eBook, Leading Your Church To Be On Mission, to understand the ins and outs of helping your church (or group) take steps towards holistic mission, engaging others with gospel intentionality and the pitfalls associated with pursuing the mission of God in community.
Over the last 7 years, The Austin Stone has been in the process of transitioning to missional communities, and they’ve made plenty of mistakes. Now you get the benefit of learning from those mistakes. Todd Engstrom candidly shares about putting all the “missional” ideas into practice in a real church.
This eBook will: Give you a vision to release everyday people in to the mission of God in the world; Show you the state of the church today, and how you can respond; How to raise the bar for mission and discipleship.
Looking for a practical and simple guide for living on mission? Trying to get your head around all the “missional community” lingo? Inside Missional Community Made Simple, 9 leading thinkers and practitioners will simplify what it means to follow Jesus, in community, on mission.
Roland Allen describes what the nature is of spontaneous expansion of the church: the Holy Spirit urges people to share from their hearts the gospel out of which He expands it beyond our control. He talks about the common fears and blockages for expansion and describes how the churches in the New Testament could multiply soo rapidly.
“How do you train missional leaders?" is a huge and really, really important question right now. Drawing from several missional leaders and practitioners this resource will give you practical tips and ideas on training leaders in a missional context.
From the eBook: "How much more would a few good and fervent men effect in the ministry than a multitude of lukewarm ones!" This free resource includes: The importance of a living ministry; How to walk with God in faithfulness; How to walk in the Spirit and in Prayer; Revival in ministry; How to reap a harvest of souls for Jesus.