I am tired of reading books about missional church. I have found that there is very little new under the sun when it comes to missional church practitioners. The context, appearance, or credentials might change, but most of the ideas are the same. It is most often cotton candy talk with a corny dog call to do.
Sometimes there original ideas that shake the foundation of what I have heard or something that gives me the vocabulary to speak of the world I have encountered. By my nature of being dense or the fact I live in a bubble this has rarely happened to me with the exception of three books, Carol Howard Merritt’s, Tribal Church. Walter Bruggemann’s, The Prophetic Imagination, and Dave Eggars, You Shall Know Our Velocity.
I will add another book to my toolbox of faithful exploration into the spiritual realm of…
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