Jason Clark & Flexible Ecclesiology

In other words when it comes to the mission of the church, in making disciples, that the structures we make, the places we do church have to be formed contextually. So missionaries rather than exporting a form of church to new countries, environments, form the churches indigenously, or rather some do once they see the disasters of importing church from previous missional movements.”

Jason Clark has some good stuff about developing a missional ecclesiology. Here’s a paragraph:

“I believe that ecclessiology is our most flexible of doctrines. In other words when it comes to the mission of the church, in making disciples, that the structures we make, the places we do church have to be formed contextually. So missionaries rather than exporting a form of church to new countries, environments, form the churches indigenously, or rather some do once they see the disasters of importing church from previous missional movements.”

Right on!

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