When making disciples in community, a common strategy question arises: should we have a Missional Community that is only neighborhood-based, or should we start a Missional Community that's relationally network-based?
In this episode, Caesar lays out the advantages and disadvantages of both neighborhood and networked-based approaches to community building. And the importance of creating organized and organic rhythms whichever way you go.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
Why proximity is gold when living on mission together.
The importance of understanding your proactive and reactive mission.
The benefits and challenges that both approaches present.
Loads of real-world examples on how all of this works.
“If your Missional Community is made up of people that are coming from different parts of town and for whatever reason, have formed a community on mission, you can still succeed. You're going to have to be a LOT more intentional about how you plan your times and activities together and know that it could start to feel event-based if you're not careful."
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