Category Archive: Real Life Discipleship

Say What You See!

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I’ve been thinking quite a bit recently about what does it mean to be a leader and how we can better release leaders in our communities.  One of the things I’ve been realising… Continue reading

My Sheep Have Ears – Interview with Cath Livesey

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Originally posted on 3DM Europe Blog:
We’ve been chatting to Cath Livesey, Team Leader for Accessible Prophecy, about her new book “My Sheep Have Ears” which will be released in the next few…

Real Questions: How can we encourage the growth of spiritual gifts in our MC?

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Missional Communities are a great space to encourage and enable people to step out in using spiritual gifts. Often a church (celebration) space is bigger and much more daunting. It is also usually… Continue reading

Building a M.I.S.S.I.O.N.A.L. Culture

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Here are some of the marks of a M.I.S.S.I.O.N.A.L culture – can you see them in your culture or how could they begin to shape how you and your people live? M –… Continue reading

How to…Train, Equip & Support MC Leaders

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  Here are a few reflections I’ve had from my time overseeing Missional Communities: Listen My number one reflection would be to make time to listen! How are the current MCs getting along?… Continue reading

When the going gets tough…

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Leading a Missional Community can be hard work.  Here are some ideas on how to keep going when things get tough. When we transitioned our home group into a fledging missional community, we suddenly… Continue reading

Real Life Discipleship: People of Peace

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  How do you actually disciple people of peace? Getting to the point of connecting with new people who are not yet following Jesus is a major milestone. For many groups this marks… Continue reading

Changing seasons: what does that mean for our MC?

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Well it feels as if Autumn is well and truly underway here in the north of the UK and it’s amazing how quickly the shift of seasons can happen. A week ago our… Continue reading

Real Life Discipleship: Predictable Patterns

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  One of the things we encourage Missional Communities to develop is their own rhythm of predictable patterns. A predictable pattern is something that we might do regularly in our lives, like starting each… Continue reading

Real Life Discipleship: Multiplying Life

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  At the heart of missional communities is the understanding that discipleship primarily happens through relationships lived out in extended families on mission.  It means they have a vital role in becoming training… Continue reading