As important as changing our minds and our thinking is, it is just as if not more essential that we change our hearts for the purpose of mission. We have been talking about the importance of every follower of Jesus establishing missional habits and rhythms in their lives. (Click here to read why missional rhythms […]Read More Missional Loving: The Heart of a Missionary
Looking at the life of Jesus, one thing I always notice is how little information we actually get about his early life. Other than one story from his childhood, we are left with virtually no information about him until he is about 30 years old. Think about it: Until he is 30 years old, Jesus […]Read More Decrease Your Vision: Mission is Where You Are
Most often our thinking precedes our acting. If we want to change our behavior we must change our minds. If we see missional habits and rhythms as important then making them a reality in our lives begins in our patterns of thinking. Ralph Waldo Emereson once wrote, “Sow a thought, reap an action; sow an […]Read More Missional Thinking: Habits Start in Our Heads
We all have rhythms in our lives. Habits that define us. In reality, who we are as a person and as a follower of Jesus is the summation of these daily patterns. What do the rhythms of your life say about what is important to you? If you wanted to lose weight, you would change […]Read More The Importance of Establishing Missional Rhythms in Your Life
Mission is why we are here. Scripture teaches that we exist solely to glorify God. The word glorify means to worship or to bestow honor, praise, or admiration or to light up brilliantly.” All of these create a missional picture. John Piper has famously said, “missions exists because worship doesn’t.” To be worshipers in this […]Read More Why Missional Student?