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An interview with Scot McKnight, and more ...
Operation Christmas Child’s Randy Riddle on growing and cultivating your volunteers.
Giving up autonomy and anonymity for life, messy and stinky life, together. Gulp!
How a Vancouver congregation is feeling the patient power of parish.
Prison ministry demands really practical theology.
Eugene Cho on the underrated need for quiet works of justice.
Loving the immigrants in our midst
Our editors have compiled our best on Missional topics from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.
The word is everywhere, but where did it come from and what does it really mean?
What it means to be "missional," and why it's so important.
Research shows that pastors' views of the gospel and mission are changing. But should we celebrate or repent?
700 evangelical pastors were asked to assess how their perceptions of the gospel and mission had changed in the last decade. The results show a clear shift in attitudes and beliefs.
Even the best causes can become cold, prideful, and all-consuming.
Gordon MacDonald defines missionalism as the belief that the worth of one's life is determined by the achievement of a grand objective, cautioning leaders against being consumed by an otherwise worthy cause.
Steps to transform a consumer church into a missional church.
Want your church to be more "missional"? This article reveals what leaders need to do to make it happen.
The modern world was inclined toward reduction, efficiency, and things you can count.
Tim Keel identifies what's missing from an oversimplified gospel message, including the reality that salvation starts now.