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Are Missional Communities Just a Passing Fad?

Q+A Series with Jeff Vanderstelt

 

We love getting to interact with your questions at live events and this year we are bringing that experience online in our new Q+A Series. How do you disciple in a busy, individualistic culture? How do you learn to listen to the Spirit and hear from God? What is one of the biggest pitfalls in a life of ministry? Today we’re launching a video series diving into your most asked questions and below we’re sharing a sneak peek video. We pray these videos encourage and equip you as you grow as a disciple-making disciple in the everyday stuff of life.

Are Missional Communities Just a Passing Fad?

Missional Communities didn’t begin with the missional church movement of the early 2000’s, but rather with the first-century church. Throughout the Scriptures, we see that the church has always been committed to living as God’s family, as servants of King Jesus, and as Spirit-empowered missionaries who bear witness to Jesus. That’s why missional communities are not a fad. They are not based on church strategy, but rather on the unchanging reality of who God is and who we are in Christ as family, servants, and missionaries. That said, how we live this out amongst a group of people, the name, and expression will change based on context.


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Jeff Vanderstelt

Author Jeff Vanderstelt

As the visionary leader of Saturate, the Soma Family of Churches and a teaching pastor at Doxa Church in Bellevue, WA, Jeff Vanderstelt gets to spend his days doing what he loves – training disciples of Jesus to make more disciples of Jesus and equipping the Church in the gospel and missional living. Jeff is the author of Saturate, Gospel Fluency, and Making Space. He and Jayne, his wife, have three children; Haylee, Caleb, and Maggie. Connect with Jeff at his website www.jeffvanderstelt.com or on twitter @JeffVanderstelt.

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