Saturday, August 12, 2006


Here is a brief exerpt of a post by Anthony Bradley on being missional.

Loving God and neighbor (Matt. 22:36-40), being salt and light (Matt. 5:13-16), doing good work (Eph 2:10), going to the nations (Matt 28:18-20, Acts 1:6-8), are all biblical imperatives identifying God’s people as his chief agents for spreading shalom to a sinful, broken, fallen world. Living missionally means that Jesus followers are examining their relationship to Jesus, their families, neighborhoods, bars, high school sports teams, parks, schools, campuses, cities, nations, etc. asking God to equip and send them to bring shalom to a world in desperate need of it. This role in God’s ongoing redemptive work is a profound and invigorating mystery. Shalom.

Read the rest of his post here:

Toward A Missional Worldview: Life’s Not Supposed To Suck


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