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00386 - Missional Communities

In the New Testament, we see the early church thriving in missional communities. These communities were more than just gatherings; they were dynamic groups of believers who lived out their faith together, shared their lives, and pursued the mission of making disciples. Acts 2:44-45 says, ‘All the believers were together and had everything in common. They sold property and possessions to give to anyone who had need.’ (NIV)

Missional communities are not limited to a specific location but exist wherever Christians gather intentionally to support and encourage one another in their shared interest. These communities provide a space for genuine relationships, accountability, and service.

When we actively seek and participate in missional communities within the church, we come together with like-minded believers to inspire, challenge, encourage, and equip one another to live out the Great Commission. Our collective efforts impact lives, transform people, and ultimately bring glory to God.

Quote Like-minded people with a common purpose is the Kingdom of God.


Thank You, Lord, for fellowship, friendship and the common purpose of Your Gospel. Amen.

Action Point

If you are not part of an interest group, then go chat with your Church leader to join one or set one up.

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