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What Are Some Strengths in Current Missional Thinking?

  1. Corporate witness. Some missional authors rightly emphasize that the church’s corporate witness hugely impacts its faithfulness and success in carrying out the mission God has given it.
  2. Missional living. Missional writers rightly urge evangelical Christians to adopt a missional posture, gearing all of their lives around fulfilling the Great Commission.
  3. Cultural discernment. Missional authors’ emphasis on exegeting our culture should help us to engage our culture more discerningly and critically.
  4. Reaching the lost. Many missional thinkers are driven by a passion for reaching the lost and being biblically faithful in every aspect of life and ministry.

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