A New Face for the Church, What Does Missional Look Like? and the Outreach Interview with Louie Giglio
Inside the January/February 2012 issue
Becoming Tomorrow’s Church
“If You could be part of an ideal church of the future, how would you describe it?” “We believe we have arrived at a curve-jumping moment in the history of the Western church.” “A church that wants to remain vibrant is going to have to move in the direction of global risk.”
You can’t cast vision for the future church without considering where we’ve come from, where we are and where, by grace, we’re destined to arrive. In this issue, forward-thinking church leaders pose the questions, dream the potential and ponder the inevitabilities.
Check out the following features, in addition to perspective from Outreach columnists Ed Stetzer, Dan Kimball, Bobby Gruenewald, Brad Powell, Mark DeYmaz and this issue’s special guest, Scott Williams.
“The Church We Hope to See”
Dan Kimball convenes a panel of Christian college students and seminarians to imagine what the church can become.
“Missional in Real Life”
Walk with Granger Community Church (Granger, Ind.) through the timeless question of what it means to be “missional,” to live the buzzword. By Rob Wegner
“Easter on the Street”
And other unconventional celebrations
“The Outreach Interview:
Louie Giglio recounts his journey and calls the church to walk with passion into those places the Spirit leads. By Timothy Willard
Outreach Today: Art That Feeds Hungry Kids; Snowboarders Church; The Thorn Experience; Belief in Heaven and Hell; Financially Healthy Congregations; Soccer Ministry; and more.
Ideas for Any Church, Any Size: How to Fight Human Trafficking; Making a Good First Impression Online; Game Changers for Small Group Sign-ups; Missional Thinking for Small Groups; Using Facebook Questions; Generational Characteristics; A Church Planting Blueprint for Success; and more.
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