Missional Church

What is the Missional Church?

The word “missional” comes from the word “missio,” which means “sent.” In John 20:21, Jesus said to his disciples, "Just as the Father has sent me, I am sending you."” A missional church is a church that sees mission as being not just one part of what the church does. Instead, the church’s mission shapes and forms its identity, lifestyle, strategy, priorities, spending, leadership, structure, and decision-making and has a focus on missional outreach. This mission is based upon the life and mission of Christ: 

These three elements form a road map and guide for "missional outreach."

Also on this site are some great missional outreach resources, including:

• The Story of Redemption

 

• Christian Spiritual Gifts Resources

 

• Missonal Outreach Seminar

 

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