Church as a Movement | Blogs
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In order to live into the church as movement, it is important to immerse yourself in movement thinking. We have a couple of blogs, a journal and writing collective that we encourage you to consider adding to your resource list.

The V3 Movement blog has a dedicated diverse team of thoughtful practitioners who write on theologically-grounded, place-based, discipleship-fueled, movement-oriented, community-forming, missionnal-incarnational church planting.
100 movements blog features writers like Alan Hirsch and Neil Cole, with articles on five-fold ministry, incarnational mission, discipleship, missional leadership and movement thinking.
The lead editors of this missional journal are Alan Roxburgh and Martin Robinson. With an undergirded understanding of missio Dei, this bi-annual journal publishes articles that ponder Lesslie Newbigin’s question of what a genuine missionary encounter between the gospel and Western culture would involve.
Anchored by a diverse group of leading voices and a regular writing team, Missio Alliance writing collectives provide space for resourcing and conversation among theological practitioners in the areas of culture, formation, theology and witness.