Life with God in the Neighborhood All mission is local-- the people of God joining the work of God in a particular place. In Starting Missional Churches Mark Lau Branson and Nicholas Warnes introduce us to seven missional churches while examining common challenges regarding their genesis.
Using stories, interviews with pastors and a look at common preconceived notions of church planting in the West, this guide brings together resources of the missional church conversation with the creativity and energy of those who are experimenting with diverse planting activities and practices across the country.
Curated by a pastor and a professor, this work highlights diverse modern examples of congregations focused on reaching their communities with a missional mindset. Learn from these stories how to build a vibrant, engaging church one that generates redemptive witness in our neighborhoods and in our world."
"If you want to learn about and be inspired by missional churches that are gospel driven, prayer shaped, and parish and neighborhood oriented, this book is for you. The emphases on God as the primary agent in church planting, neighbors as subjects and actors, leadership as plural, and crossing economic and cultural boundaries as crucial makes this book refreshing, unique and timely!" --Rick Richardson, director, masters in missional church movements, Wheaton College, author of Reimagining Evangelism
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