A Post-Pandemic Missiology for North America
A daily live stream from Send Institute missiologists
June 22-26, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM CT
Over the last few months, churches have discovered valuable lessons regarding more decentralized structures such as meeting in smaller groups and releasing more people into mission. Today’s missiologists unpack these very crucial lessons and how to carry them over into the future.
The work of community engagement and organizing have become a crucial skill for church planting teams. During the pandemic, church leaders were faced with not only asking how is my church doing? but also how is my community doing? Today’s missiologists offer a look into holistic engagement and its necessity for local missions.
The pandemic and the events surrounding it have revealed cultural angst, idols, and longings. These issues are setting the stage for mission in the post-COVID era. Today’s missiologists will unpack some of the greatest challenges and opportunities for mission organizations.
In the months during the pandemic, churches and networks have been given the opportunity to rethink their mission structures and engagement strategies. Some have begun imagining better leadership pipelines and converting small groups into missional communities. Today’s missiologists will give unpack how churches can plant more effective churches.
The pandemic revealed both the strengths and weaknesses churches have in our cities when it comes to working together for greater gospel impact. As churches now are rethinking their mission strategy for the local context, a prime opportunity has been given to collaborate with others in their city. Today’s missiologists offer pathways toward more meaningful and effective city collaboration.