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CommunityEveryday RhythmsGospelMissional Community
February 6, 2018

Why Practice Lent as a Gospel Community?

  What is Lent? Lent is a 40 day walk through daily and sometimes hourly reminders (because our tummies are hungry or our hearts are longing for something that we seemingly can’t live without) of the gospel. Lent, together with the celebration…
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Faith and WorkGospelMission
November 28, 2017

A Christian Journalist’s Vocation

When we talk about Gospel Saturation we are talking about the truths of Jesus changing everything - every person and every place. As followers of Jesus this means that our places of work are saturated with the gospel through Christ…
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ChurchDiscipleshipGospelLeadershipMission
November 21, 2017

Are Missional Communities the Key to Church Unity?

  Equipping believers to partner together as gospel communities and commissioning them to be missionaries in the everyday places where they already work, play, learn, and live will lead to a much more sustainable path to unity over time. In…
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Everyday RhythmsGospelMissionMissionary
November 7, 2017

Transitioning to a Spiritual Conversation

  “God has placed you — deliberately, with intentionality — in proximity to people He is seeking to restore to Himself, people He wants to be developed to their full potential, so they can take part in His plans for…
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Missional CommunitySaturate Podcast
October 25, 2017

Episode 023: How Artists Engage Community and Mission

In this episode of the Saturate Podcast, Brad Watson talks with writer and Saturate Podcast editor Ben Fort about serving artists, comedy, and creating within the framework of creation, fall, and redemption.  
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ChurchCoachingDiscipleshipMissional Community
October 17, 2017

How to be Coached

  Coaching is essential for a sustained missional community movement. If you are committed to decentralized discipleship, you must make ongoing investments in leaders. We call this coaching—a process of pulling out what the Holy Spirit has already put inside…
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