The Church As Movement: Starting and Sustaining Missional-Incarnational Communities
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The Church As Movement: Starting and Sustaining Missional-Incarnational Communities

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Public gatherings are vital for movement, but too often in our approach to planting churches, we haven't paid enough attention to the difficult grassroots work of movement: discipleship, community formation, and mission. This book will help you start missional-incarnational communities in a way that reflects the viral movement of the early New Testament church. JR Woodward (author of Creating a Missional Culture) and Dan White Jr. (author of Subterranean) have trained church planters all over North America to create movemental churches that are rooted in the neighborhood, based on eight necessary competencies:

Movement Intelligence

Polycentric Leadership

Being Disciples

Making Disciples

Missional Theology

Ecclesial Architecture

Community Formation

Incarnational Practices

The book features an interactive format with tools, exercises, and reflection questions and activities. It's ideal for church planting teams or discipleship groups to use together. It's not enough to understand why the church needs more missional and incarnational congregations. The Church as Movement will also show you how to make disciples that make disciples. This is the engine that drives the church as movement, so that everyday Christians can be present in the world to join God's mission in the way of Jesus.

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Title: The Church As Movement: Starting and Sustaining Missional-Incarnational Communities
By: J.R. Woodward, Dan White Jr.
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: InterVarsity Press
Publication Date: 2016
Dimensions: 10.00 X 7.00 (inches)
Weight: 15 ounces
ISBN: 0830841334
ISBN-13: 9780830841332
Stock No: WW841335

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IVP Readers' Choice Award
Missio Alliance Essential Reading List

Public gatherings are vital for movement, but too often in our approach to planting churches, we haven't paid enough attention to the difficult grassroots work of movement: discipleship, community formation, and mission. This book will help you start missional-incarnational communities in a way that reflects the viral movement of the early New Testament church.

JR Woodward (author of Creating a Missional Culture) and Dan White Jr. (author of Subterranean) have trained church planters all over North America to create movemental churches that are rooted in the neighborhood, based on eight necessary competencies:

  • Movement Intelligence
  • Polycentric Leadership
  • Being Disciples
  • Making Disciples
  • Missional Theology
  • Ecclesial Architecture
  • Community Formation
  • Incarnational Practices

The book features an interactive format with tools, exercises, and reflection questions and activities. It's ideal for church planting teams or discipleship groups to use together.

It's not enough to understand why the church needs more missional and incarnational congregations.The Church as Movement will also show you how to make disciples that make disciples. This is the engine that drives the church as movement, so that everyday Christians can be present in the world to join God's mission in the way of Jesus.

Editorial Reviews

"This back-to-basics book on pastoral theology could benefit the involved layperson as well as pastors. Indeed, much of the book explains how to stoke lay involvement in a way that's real, practical, Spirit-driven, and faithful." -- Gerald Wisz, Christian Market, August 2016

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