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  • Instilling a Missional Imagination: How Effective Structures Empower Mission Part Three of Three

    Every congregation develops structures to facilitate the things they need to do on a consistent basis. We normally refer to these as our “ministries,” and depend on them to create order as we carry on the functions that are important to us. Like any other organization, the church needs these structures to give shape and […]
  • Instilling a Missional Imagination: Where Is God’s Center? Part Two of Three

    One of the great questions we have to deal with today as the Church is how to relate to our culture. This is a complex question that resists simple solutions, yet it is a vital part of learning to think and act missionally. In the midst of a rapidly changing world, we can find ourselves […]
  • Instilling A Missional Imagination: Thinking & Acting Missionally Part One Of Three

    It has been exhilarating to be a part of the amazing shift that taking place within the Anglican movement over the past 10-20 years. Some refer to this shift as going from a maintenance mentality to a missional mode of doing ministry. I like to think of it as a heart change where we are […]
  • A Playlist for Your Prayer List

    When launching a new congregation, prayer is your greatest asset as you seek to reach the people to whom God has called you. You can engage intercession at many levels: as a planter, it is imperative to have personal prayer warriors; your church should have its own intercessors; your leadership should be praying regularly for […]
  • What if God has His Way?

    “Without vision, the people perish.” (Proverbs 29:18) Tim Keller says, “Vision is a faithful restatement of the Gospel with rich implications for life, ministry, and mission in a type of culture at a moment in history.”  Titus Institute for Church Planting likes to defines vision as a “picture of God’s preferred future for a church, […]
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