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6 thoughts on “What is a Missional Church?”

  1. kinleyw says:

    Good stuff in the Jared. Scary how many things parallel my thoughts in the past few months. We certainly have moved to invitation = evangelism.

  2. nhe says:

    You do have to admit, the attractional "Greatest Event Ever" sounds pretty good……but you can only say that if you booked U2 :)……..the blimp is awesome

  3. Kevin in Manila says:

    I'm going to post this over at my blog–nice find!

  4. Clay says:

    Just saw this today on Ed Stetzer's blog. Good stuff! Very helpful!Thanks for your tweets!

  5. dcarlson says:

    i like it, but only wonder why this is a discovery!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Both models are flawed. Missional in opposition to seeker sensitive is like post-modernism in opposition to modernism.Reformed=pre-modern.Reformed=neither seeker sensitive, nor emergent/missional. Gearing or orienting "Church" for non-believers should not be the overriding priority. The church's mission ought to be missional, but the Church itself should not be designed exclusively for unbelievers.

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