During this series of 31 Days of Missional Living we are going to give you a few good links that help you live on mission from around the web.
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11. This free book from Verge Network talks all about missional communities.
“Missional Communities (MCs) are a hot topic right now in the church, and many are excited about the potential of MCs to be a vehicle that allows the church to better live out its mission in the world. But if we embrace and implement MCs merely as a new program, they won’t live up to their potential”
12. Don't cancel that short term trip.
“Books like Revolution in World Missions and When Helping Hurts have many youth pastors and church leaders ready to throw out the baby with the bathwater of short-term trips.” Read more…
13. The Gospel Project.
We love the Gospel Project at our church. You might use it too.. But did you know there is an app now? It’s a great resource for families whose kids are in the Gospel Project. (if you want to bring Gospel Project to your church check it out here.
14. 8 Easy Ways to Be Missional.
Living on Mission doesn’t have to be hard. Here are 8 easy ways to easily be missional.
15. Building a Missional Family.
We love families that do the mission together. Here’s a free resource guide that might help you!
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Angi loves Jesus, coffee, baseball and baking cakes. She is a missionary to college students and can't think of anything she'd rather do to serve God. Angi first met the Lord while climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa but really understood His love and grace as a freshman in college. Her heart is to invest in college students in the same way that many others invested in her. You can find her blogging over at Stuff Angi Does where she tells stories about Jesus, college students, and life. You can also find her on facebook, twitter, pintrest and instagram.
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