Vol 6:2 News-Flash: The Kingdom is Near

This is the second-part of a series of posts interacting on insights shared by Lesslie Newbigin in his study, Mission in Christ’s Way. As last week, Newbigin notes that in beginning our inquiry into mission in Christ’s way, that we are confronted with Jesus’ first words regarding the Gospel of the kingdom in Mark 1:14-18. Today, I focus on the kind of announcement Jesus’ statement is...
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Vol 6:1 Looking in the Right Direction

It’s been almost a year since I last posted on Missional Matters, and it’s about time I got back into a regular habit of reflecting missionally on life and ministry. A lot has gone on in my life in the past year – and though no excuse, I have been sidetracked somewhat from engaging in missional reflection. As I reflect over the past year, I have found myself in situations that would have...
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Vol 5:7 Scattered Seed in the World: Living in Mission

This summer, the community I serve as pastor is engaging in an intergenerational Christian formation experience in which we are focusing on the parables of God’s reign. The key parable for understanding all the parables, as Jesus expresses, is the Parable of the Sower. I prefer to call it the Parable of the Soils, since it gives more attention to how the sown seed – the Word of God –...
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Vol 5:6 Experimenting in Being Missional Church

I had a lunch conversation today that reminded me about what it means to experiment in being missional church. Experimenting in being missional church is experimenting in discovering what it is to have Christ at the center of all that we do. It is experimenting with Christ being the one who holds us together, rather than what we create to hold us together. It is experimenting with the learning...
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Vol. 5:5 Dreaming in Missional Ways

It’s been a while since I posted my last Missional Matters blog – since February in fact. I have gone through some changes in my life in which I sense a re-focusing and a recommitting of myself to those things that are important and vital in my life. I had too much on my plate and needed to get back to doing what I need to be doing – in much more simple ways. In saying this, I realize...
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