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Resources for the Missional Church

The term “missional church” was coined in 1998 to refer to the challenge and opportunity presented by the late 20th-century disestablishment of religion in the West, and the realization that the mission field is now right outside our church doors.  In a special report, the Indianapolis Center for Congregations recaps the evolution of the term and provides a broad selection of recommended books, websites, organizations, individuals and online videos that can provide important perspectives on the culture and scope of the 21st-century domestic mission field.



Meeting Information Needs: Amazon's Alexa and The Church of England

"Religion exists to answer the questions and supply the needs that couldn’t possibly be bought with money. But...

Serving its Community Transformed a Dwindling Church

"Trinity’s building is surrounded by the bleaker symbols of urban life, including graffiti-covered billboards, a...

Caring for Creation

"Whether it is Wendell Berry, Michael Polan, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Pope Francis, Prince Charles, Mondragon or...


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"You don’t need sociological surveys on the Nones to give you a picture of religion in America; the fact is (and maybe always has been...

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