Missional living integrates faith and life.
Secular-vs-sacred distinctions wield a death blow to missional living.
Missional living is more than a program/ministry/activity of your church.
Please ponder the message of these 3 minutes:
And whatever you do,
whether in word or deed,
do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus,
giving thanks to God the Father through him.
Question: How do you live missionally in your corner of the planet?
Linden Barrick says
The video message is blocked for me (school network), so I’ll try to watch it tonight. Separation of church and state dictates much of what I can do on a daily basis at work, but I stretch the line enough so my students know my faith and also know they can express their own in my classroom. I love when I hear conversations during homeroom between students about Jesus, church, or other aspects of their faith. My classroom is my mission field whether the government approves or not!
Sharon R Hoover says
Hi Linden! Indeed, many people share this “restriction” on talking about Jesus at our work places. Your comment that “students know my faith” shows that your actions and general speech reflect your faith! Thank you, Linden, for being the Lord’s hands and feet today with the little children. May He bless you abundantly as you care for them, equip them, listen to them, and love them.