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malcolm chamberlain

musings about the emerging church, mission and contemporary culture...

God is at large, intimately involved in his world in ways that the church is maybe just waking up to!

missional entrepreneurship...

Friday, June 15, 2007

Mark Berry has a great post 'here' on developing missional entrepreneurs. You need to set aside a good few minutes to do it justice (grab a cup of coffee and sit in comfort!) but it's well worth reading and taking in. Here's a taster...

"A culture of infinite innovation also means accepting the uncomfortable reality that all is provisional, even our notions of Ecclesiology and Theology, as South African Missiologist David Bosch said “The Christian Church is always in the process of becoming; the church of the present is both the product of the past and the seed of the future… we need an experimental theology in which an ongoing dialogue is taking place between text and context, a theology which, in the nature of the case, remains provisional and hypothetical”. ...
... the Church needs to acknowledge the world we live in and to embrace the ‘dangerous journey’, not simply for reasons of survival but for reasons of Mission."

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