The missional church movement is a reform movement of sorts, begun with the hopes of calling the church out of institutionalism and self protection. In the coming years, the missional church will become an increasingly important strategy for reaching a nearly Post-Christendom North America.
Over the last several months, I have begun putting together information about the missional church movement for my dissertation. In one section, I will look at the roots of the movement: its biblical basis, its ties throughout the history of the church, the theology behind the movment. In another section I will examine current churches that fit within the missional church movement, analyzing their motivations, organization, and practices.
If you are interested in learning more about the missional church, a missional blogger has put together an incredible amount of information about the movement, including videos and bios for key players in the movement. It’s a great resource.