Monthly Archives: June 2011

Philosophy and Methodology of Missions – How do you get where you’d like to go?

Professor David Sills likes to say, “Your theology drives your ecclesiology” and “your philosophy drives your methodology.”  When you think about it, those statements make sense.  How you define what a church is will influence how you go about planting … Continue reading

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Understanding Rituals for Missional Purpose

Western Christians tend to be afraid of rituals, even anti-ritual.  Rituals often bring to mind images of idolatry and magic, head hunting and cannibalism.  In reality, people use rituals continually.  Every culture has a ritualistic script for greeting one another, … Continue reading

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