Balancing the Missional End Game is a constant challenge for leaders in the 21st Century.
The Bible teaches us that kingdom transformation and personal conversion are complementary missional priorities, not mutually exclusive goals.
When we pit these two missional trajectories against one another, we end up committing the error of mere social activism on the one hand, or the error of mere individualism on the other.
Balancing our approach leads us to the sweet spot.
Balanced Gospel Mission embraces the call to evangelize to whole populations of the planet, and the call to do justice, love mercy, and bring about kingdom transformation.
In today’s White Board Wednesday, we talk about achieving this balance as we define the missional end game for our ministries.
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