Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to a religious mission; missionary.

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  • adj. relating to or connected to a religious mission

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Clarifying the term missional can only happen if we reduce the jargon, not increase it.

    Glocal Christianity

  • I have a continuing concern that the term missional has become over used and wrongly used.

    kinnon.tv

  • My own journey to what I call missional-ecumenism has followed a path of re-understanding what the church has taught in previous centuries, especially in the early centuries, that began when I plainly began to see that things I misunderstood where the very things I assumed to be correct.

    John H Armstrong

  • "I have a continuing concern that the term missional has become over used and wrongly used.

    Ravine of Light

  • I don't know how long the word missional has been in use.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • When I use the word missional, I mean that the primary place where most of the activity of the church occurs is not supposed to be in a building.

    the church geek

  • Reimagining Church notes that "the word missional is in vogue today in some Christian circles."

    The Blind Beggar

  • Somehow I fear that the word missional is often misunderstood merely as "social justice."

    Todd Hiestand

  • • JR's incredible online primer / index on / of "missional" -- so much in one place. ~ link

    Brad Boydston

  • Students and faculty who identify as missional/emergent will furtively gather to ponder Kierkegaard and epistemology whilst chomping on pipe stems.

    Stuff Christian Culture Likes | clusterflock

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