Part of living on mission is being prepared to answer difficult questions. Peter wrote in his first epistle, “but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect,” (1 […]Read More Answering Difficult Questions
“I first started living missionally with Jesus when He opened my eyes on a short-term mission trip” I’m Shirley Shiflet, and I had the opportunity to share about being on mission with Jesus daily in a small town with you all in this article. I want to share now about one particularly cool experience I’ve […]Read More Missional Living in Cleveland
I’m Sam, and I’m the student pastor at Wright Baptist Church in Fort Walton Beach, FL. I want to talk about why missions matters, how we landed on our current missions model, and what we do to create a missional culture throughout the rest of the year. As a student pastor, one of my goals […]Read More Missional Culture in Student Ministry
Think about this: there are people you walk past, sit beside, and talk to every single day who don’t have a relationship with Jesus. And then there are the people you don’t walk past, sit beside, or talk to that don’t know Jesus. Think about who those people are for a moment. According to the […]Read More Who is Your Mission?
Defining a Missional Student Ministry One of the questions I have been wrestling with lately is this, “Can you have a programmed, missional student ministry?” In other words, can you have a weekly gathering of students who are there to have fun, worship God, hear the Word preached, and engage in a small group while […]Read More Is Your Student Ministry Missional?