What Does It Mean To Be “Missional”?

What Does It Mean To Be "Missional"? - T E Hanna | Of Dust & Kings

It’s not so much that the Church has a mission, but that God’s mission has a Church.

So speaks one of the great words of wisdom from Dr. Ed Stetzer of Lifeway Research as he traces the history and understanding of the “missional church” for our modern context.

This video is the second one from the Asbury Seedbed that I have shared in preparation for the After The Dust Has Settled conversations and the Five Minute Faith videos that this site will be launching in February. The first event will feature a conversation on language and culture with Christopher Gorton, author of The Problem With Christ.

These live Google Hangouts will be available to the public, allowing you to ask questions and join in the conversation in real time. After the event, I will be sharing some of the highlight clips on the blog itself in five minute segments.

So don’t miss out. Make to subscribe by email in order to receive invitations to the free events, as well as a timely reminder an hour before they go live.

In the meantime, be sure to hear what Dr. Ed Stetzer has to say about the missional church. After you’re done, let me know how you engage the concept of living missionally.

T E Hanna is the author of Raising Ephesus: Christian Hope for a Post-Christian Age and has published articles across the web on issues of faith and culture.

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