There is an interesting article in an online magazine that asks if young adult ministries are killing the church. What a crazy question. Everyone knows that it is usually our ecclesiology—our understanding of church—that kills (maybe that is a strong word), impedes the church. (Hear the facetiousness.) Continue reading
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The Church in 50 years?
Ok, so some friends and I were standing around the other day doing what we really enjoy doing, talking about theology, (I know we are strange). The topic of conversation centered upon ecclesiology…we were discussing the nature and theology of the Church. It was the same old conversation that many of you might have had … Continue reading
Becoming Missional Part 2: Ecclesiology
As mentioned previously, the church is becoming increasingly marginal and finds itself no longer a central part of the local community or influencer of societal rule. This shift has uncovered certain assumptions within the church. These assumptions have answered important questions because they form the values and principles that shape our practice of church, our … Continue reading