Every Christ follower has been given the sacred call to actively participate in life-giving missions. What does that look like in today’s world? To discover the answer, the Church and the individual believer must ask, “What is missions?”
As Stephen Neill points out, “When everything is mission, nothing is mission.” You can do anything, but you can’t do everything. We are all on a journey to discover God’s missional best for the gifts, talents, and resources He has given us. As we sort out our own expression of missions, we must face the reality that while the world has changed, the core elements of missions have not changed.
It’s necessary for each one of us to reconcile the changing times with timeless truth and develop a fresh, vibrant, and relevant twenty-first-century missiology. That’s why I’ve written Reimagine Mission – a free eBook outlining best practices in defining mission and vision, ministry design, and how twentieth century models can sometimes hinder twenty-first century needs.
Whether you’re a missions pastor, a lead pastor, or simply a Christ follower desiring to know how to better love your neighbor, this resource is for you. By the end of this book, you should be able to develop an intentional missions strategy that equips and excites you and those around you to participate in a life of fruitful missions – both locally and globally.
Click here to access your free download of Reimagine Mission.