The Missional Network places a high value on discerning God in our neighbourhood contexts. But how do we rediscover our place within that context and why has that rediscovery become necessary? Martin traces the story of a lost connection. He suggests resources to protect the health of a renewed engagement that reside deep within our identity as the people of God...
Caminante, no hay camino. Se hace camino al andar. – Antonio Machado Those of us formed and framed by Western late modernity have tended to believe we can find our way, with enough study, focus and determination. Be it the...Read more
Introduction The Missional Network’s convictions are formed out of an ongoing engagement with a question posited by Lesslie Newbigin over thirty years ago: What is the nature of a missionary encounter with the late modern culture that shapes the West?...Read more
In Western Europe a gap has grown between Christianity and the general culture. This is what we usually call ‘secularization’. It results in the marginalization of the church, repression of the Christian narrative, an increasing alienation of our culture from...Read more