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Missional Church - Part 4

I started this Missional Church series talking about the gospel as foundation to mission. Steve McCoy has thrown down one of the most honest and existentially important posts on the reality and effect of the Gospel in his life. Here's an excerpt:

"...Most of my thoughts and meditations have been on the Gospel. And the more I meditate on the Gospel (in full, or in part) the more I realize how much of the Gospel I miss in Scripture for my idolatry over principles." [ read more ]
And the Obi-Wan of missional church, Andrew Jones, has now weighed in the relationship between the Missional Church and Reformed theology and heritage:

"According to some research I am currently involved in [buying old books on ebay], the "missional" emphasis of the emerging church may have its foundations in Reformed theology." [ read more ]
If you would like to follow the Missional Church series:
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
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