Launching Missional Communities: A Field Guide

Launching Missional Communities: A Field Guide

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While the theory and theology of missional church are important, this book is about practice―a practical guide to MCs written by some of the people who were there at the beginning of their inception and know them inside out.  This book, while helpfully summarizing all the theory on Missional Communities, is fundamentally about how to make them work in your church community.

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For the past few years, the term “Missional Community” has become commonplace―a Christian ‘buzz’ word.  However, for all the theory and suggestion, churches using Missional Communities (MCs) to disciple and lead God’s people into mission have been quietly happening under the radar of the evangelical landscape for more than 20 years, leading to a growing revitalization of the Western church.  Church plants, 200 year-old churches, transitioning attractional churches, and some of the largest churches in the country are pioneering with MCs in our post-Christian culture.

Written by two of the leading experts on MCs, this book gives you the practical, flexible tools you need to see discipleship and mission breathed into your church through Missional Communities.  Alex Absalom has seen the planting of dozens and dozens of MCs on American soil and is one of the leading advocates of the movement within the US.  Mike Breen is one of the earliest pioneers of Missional Communities in the UK and, as a result, saw his community become one of the largest churches in Europe, which ultimately birthed a missional movement across Europe and into the United States.

While the theory and theology of missional church are important, this book is about practice―a practical guide to MCs written by some of the people who were there at the beginning of their inception and know them inside out.  This book, while helpfully summarizing all the theory on Missional Communities, is fundamentally about how to make them work in your church community.