Missional Move #1
Saved Souls to Saved Wholes
Summary: Holistic Gospel – Gospel of the Kingdom
Missional Move #2
Missions to Mission
Summary: Missio Dei becoming the center of the local church.
Missional Move #3
Missional versus Attractional to Missional and Attractional
Summary: Genius of the AND
Missional Move #4
My Tribe to Every Tribe
Summary: God’s Global Glory – tracing that theme through the entire Scripture.
Missional Move #5
Flashlight to Laser
Summary: Discovering and defining the unique calling, DNA, and focus of your local church.
Missional Move #6
Transactional to Transformational Partnership
Summary: Partnership development, church to church partnership, partnership with players in every domain of society.
Missional Move #7
Relief to Development
Summary: Understanding the difference between a relief approach versus a development approach. We’ll cover the four phases of community development, vertical vs. horizontal development, moving from co-dependent to sustainable and reproducible, etc.
Missional Move #8
Professionals to Full Participation
Summary: Creating a spectrum of involvement for all levels of commitment and learning to balance the tension between mobilization and impact.
Missional Move #9
Church as Institution to Church as Movement
Summary: How institutional church and church as movement can work together.
Missional Move #10
We Can Do It, You Can Help to You Can Do It, We can Help
Summary: Transforming the local church into a boot camp/training hub for people to own their own decentralized missional efforts.
Missional Move #11
Ministry as Volunteerism to Ordination of All Vocations
Summary: Equipping people to engage the mission of God in everyday life where God has already mobilized them.
Missional Move #12
Great Commission to Great Completion
Summary: Becoming a local church that is strategic about the finish of the Great Commission. We’ll cover overview of viral church planting, capacity building of indigenous church, Apostolically Gifted People Groups, Unreached People Groups, Movement Partnership, Network Partnerships, and more.
For more information about Entermission and upcoming opportunities to join an 18-month Entermission cohort, please contact Eric Rochester at: email@example.com
Posted on Mon, October 31, 2011
by Eric Rochester