Here’s a common question we get about missional communities: What comes first? Mission or community?
Missional communities are meant to multiply. But how do you multiply missional communities? This aspect of missional community life is one of the most difficult to actually practice, for a lot of reasons.
“Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. It is the opium of the people.“ – Karl Marx
Here’s a question we got recently: How do missional communities work in the suburbs?
The foundation of our practice and training for discipleship and mission is discernment.
And when we say discernment, we don’t just mean making decisions about big life choices. We mean discerning the kingdom of God in the nitty gritty of everyday life. Discerning the activity of God in the normal events of our day.
We recently hosted a webinar with David Fitch on 5 Ways Church Planting Must Change, but we didn’t get a chance to answer all of the excellent questions.
So we asked David (and Geoff) to answer some of them on video for you!