Practical Missional Ecclesiology Workshop

Practical Missional Ecclesiology Workshop

At the Acts 29 Bootcamp in San Diego I led a workshop on how Kaleo Church desires to build church structures, systems and leadership centered on the gospel in community on mission to the world. Prior to listening to this workshop please listen to Jeff Vanderstelt’s Influence Through Mission & Vision, also suggested is Brian Howard’s Influence Through Community.

Here is the outline of what was covered:
I. Practical Missional Ecclesiology Systems & Structures
II. (31:09) Tim Cain Case Study: Planting in El Cajon
II. (64:01) Q&A with Drew Goodmanson, Tim Cain & David Fairchild

Download the PDF of the Practical Missional Ecclesiology Workshop.

See the other Acts 29 San Diego Bootcamp Sessions.

3 Comments

  1. Drew, thanks for your work on this, incorporating and “working the angles” in practical, mission-directed, gospel-centered ways. Frame’s work on perspectivalism has helped us to think out, live out and communicate the gospel in such rich ways.

    One question/comment (as one who suffers Frame-engrained-brain syndrome): Frame puts the existential lower right and situational lower left … any reason why you have them flipped? I know it doesn’t matter, it just messed with my kingly consistency meter.

    Reply
  2. David also does that. There is no ‘reason’ why I do it this way, probably just because I see it as a counter-clockwise flow from the vision, to the motivation that flows out in our behavior.

    Reply
  3. Thanks for this…and all your work on triperspectivalism. It has been a great encouragement for our team, especially the kings who dont seem to understand their importance in the work of the church.

    Question. How would you suggest a pastor develop the skills of kings, priests, prophets so each can be better at exercising their gifts?

    Reply

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. Wrestling with the idea of church… « EmmausLife - [...] Wrestling with the idea of church… June 2, 2010 Matthew Hansen Leave a comment Go to comments …

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>