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Five Celebrations of a Missional Community: Part Four

As we gather together in Missional Communities to celebrate Christ, to celebrate connections and cultivation, we also celebrate the growth we experience in community. We also love change, we get excited about transformation because it is what God intends for us as his children....

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Five Celebrations of a Missional Community: Part Three

Imagine a discussion where you are asking questions of others, they are inquiring about your life, and together, you use words that are not corrupt but rather good for building up, as fits the occassion of the other person, that they may receive grace (Ephesians 4:29). This is where Christ is truly celebrated in community, where family connections lead to Christlike cultiv...

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Five Celebrations of a Missional Community: Part Two

We get excited about initiating new relationships and going deeper in existing relationships. Being made for deep and meaningful connections, we seek to foster healthy friendships whereby we can know and be known, where the celebration of Christ becomes personal to us....

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Five Celebrations of a Missional Community: Part One

If then you have been raised with Christ, seek the things that are above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God. Set your minds on the things that are above, not on things that are on earth. For you have died, and yoru life is hidden with Christ in God. - Colossians 3:1-3...

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"Why is that?"

How do the people we encounter in our neighborhoods, in the dorms, in the office, make sense of the world? How do they view what's wrong with society? Where do they look to for hope? What do they consider to be good news?...

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"So tell me your story."

Far too often I am the detective from Law & Order asking question after question that makes people feel more like suspects than actual people. Becoming an audience and receiving what is the most important information validates the individual as one embedded in this broken world, and shows a willingness to learn more of how they have actually experienced that brokenness....

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