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Domains of Society Archives | Saturate

Church PlantingCurrent Events
January 21, 2021

Pitfalls to Avoid When Planting in the Pandemic

  There’s no question the pandemic has dramatically affected church planting efforts. The Send Institute works closely with church planting organizations, and over the last year, we’ve seen newly launched churches revert back to pre-launch phases, teams indefinitely push out…
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EthicsGospel
December 15, 2020

We Must Kill Racism Before It Kills Us

  The legendary American poet and activist, Maya Angelou, once wrote, “Prejudice is a burden that confuses the past, threatens the future, and renders the present inaccessible.” As we consider how our presuppositions affect our view of the world, it…
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ApologeticsArts & CultureBible & TheologyCommunityCurrent EventsDiscipleshipDomains of SocietyEveryday RhythmsFaith and WorkFoundationsMissionMissionary
October 1, 2020

Discipleship as an Invitation to Relationship

  (Post nine in an eleven-part series from Alan Hirsch. Read post ten here.) Stop being overly “spiritual,” using insider, religious language, to talk about God—it mostly alienates people. The reality is, to become a missional Christian, we begin by simply…
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Current EventsMissionMissionary
September 23, 2020

How the Pandemic Will Change Evangelism for Good

  Will leaders, called of God to minister, rise to the challenge of equipping the body to do the work of evangelizing others to Christ during this unique and pivotal time in the life of the church? At times, outreach…
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CommunityCurrent Events
August 5, 2020

What is Racism?

Cultural terms have a range. Racism is no exception.  Effective transcultural missionaries have the humility to recognize the influence of their own cultural presuppositions. They know they must devote themselves to active listening in order to love and lead well.…
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CommunityDiscipleshipGospelMissionary
November 5, 2019

The Gospel Isn’t a Cul-De-Sac

  The cul-de-sac was a phenomenal invention for the suburbs. It created a safe and peaceful place for families to raise children. No one passed through. In fact, the only time strangers can appear is after a wrong turn and…
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