Gideon Tsang is Pastor of Vision & Teaching at Vox Veniae. John Chandler is Pastor and Local Theologian of Austin Mustard Seed. These two church, both in Austin, TX, represent examples of a growing phenomenon – embracing mission as the fundamental beginning place for seeing new churches birthed.
Check out this workshop in which they share from their experience and offer perspective on both the theological ins and outs as well as the practical highs and lows of taking a missional posture toward church planting, rhythms, and life.
Are you a current (or aspiring) church planter? We’d love to have you share your stories and reflections – even post questions you are wrestling with here. Let’s have some conversation about “starting churches through mission.”
Gideon and John live in Austin, TX, one of the most progressive, out-of-the-box cities in the United States, where “church as usual” leaves behind a large percentage of the population. Their lives, and the lives of those they lead, juxtapose creativity and crisis, power and poverty on an almost daily basis. Their church planting ministries are necessarily missional. They will discuss what they have learned in their church planting settings in a conversation that intersects strategy and Spirit, intentional church design and passionate community engagement.
The audio download of this workshop is available HERE and is available for free all day today, 10/14/13 (discount automatically applied when you add the workshop to your cart).