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We Need a Helper | A Devo on John 14:11-21

We saw in yesterday’s reading that the key word to missional theology is dwelling. The dwelling place of God is not a physical location, but the dynamic relationship between God, Jesus, and the disciples. But, how do we do that? Today’s reading, John 14:11-21, gives us the key to dwelling. It has two parts: It […]

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Where Do You Dwell? | A Devo on John 14:1-10

Where Do You Dwell? | A Devo on John 14:1-10

The Journey readings for this month are from my favorite section of the entire Bible. It is the intimate conversation Jesus has with his disciples on the night he is betrayed and arrested. It starts in chapter 13 where Jesus washes the disciples’ feet as a living example of what they are called to do […]

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Book | The Mission Table: Renewing Congregation & Community by Stephen P. Bouman

Bouman, Stephen P. 2013. The Mission Table: Renewing Congregation and Community. (Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress).   Author Stephen P. Bouman is the Executive Director of Congregational and Synodical Mission in the ELCA Churchwide Office. My Thoughts This book provides a clear, accessible plan for how to transform the local congregation into a missional community. Bouman draws […]

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