Catalin and Shannon Popa, from Romania, share about what it means for them to “be a blessing” in this world. The Popa’s also shares what it means to “be church” in the community where they live!
Philippe Bled, who works with Serve the City in Uruguay, talks about the life transformation he went through because of his participation with the Serve The City project. When a group came to serve on the streets of Uruguay, Philippe caught a beautiful glimpse of what it means to be the hands and feet of…
Kelly and April Crull talk about how they have moved into the Malasana neighborhood of Madrid in order to be the Good News of the gospel to their community. April explains why it is so important for them to live in and be a part of this neighborhood.
Dominic Rivera, pastor of ICCP, talks about what it means for him and his community to join God on mission in Aix-en-Provence, France. Dominic helps us to realize how we can live into all that God has designed us to be, both individually and in community.
Listen as Martin and Debora Kuder, from Germany, share with us about the importance of community and how times of eating together can help bring about fellowship and communion. Like the early disciples, sharing a meal has become a main theme during their gatherings.
Chris McKenzie, pastor of shepherding for the Mosaic community in Glasgow, Scotland, talks about what it means for him to live “missionally”. Chris also talks about his definition of “the church”.
Listen to Linus Morris, founder of Communitas International (previously known as Christian Associates), as he talks about what it means to “be sent”. As the institutional church struggles to be effective in today’s culture, Linus shares about the need of the church to return to its early roots when Jesus gave the instruction to His…
Meet Diego Melgar, a member of the El Living “expression” in Uruguay. Listen as Diego talks about what it means to “go out” and touch the lives of those who may never step inside a traditional church. Through loving people, because they were created by God, they are transforming lives in their community.
Meet Lourens and Elsa Maritz, leaders of a missional community called “More Wine” in South Africa. Listen as they talk about what it means for them to “cross the line” and how they are living incarnationally in their hometown.