Changing how the Church is led

A network of Jesus communities
led by the "Christ in you"
mystery of the Gospel.

- Col. 1:27

Mission-link is a network of simple churches that share a common vision and mission: Discipleship-based, organically led communities of Jesus followers who are learning how to be the Church instead of go to one. These communities engage in this common mission through the sharing of training, fellowship, commissioning, and ministry experiences.

These are challenging times. I cannot help but think that the seven years we spent developing the 5 core Rhythms of Discipleship were part of God's foresight for times such as these when church as usual is impossible. Many were thinking that it would take a tyrannical government to stop church services and force such a change in how we have. But COVID-19 is having the same effect. As part of our response, we have updated our website to make it more usable for families and home groups who want to use our Study from the Harmony of the Gospels, or the Five Rhythms material. May the Lord bless and keep you all.

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Suggested Books

  • The Permanent Revolution

    by Hirsch & Catchim

  • With

    by Skye Jethani. - Reimagining the way you relate to God.

  • Cracking Your Church's Culture Code

    by Samuel Chand

  • The 21 Most Powerful Minutes in a Leader's Day

    by John C. Maxwell

  • The Forgotten Ways Handbook

    by Alan Hirsch

  • The Starfish and the Spider: The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations

    by Brafman & Becksrom

  • Untamed

    by Alan Hirsch

  • Church 3.0

    by Neil Cole

  • The Shaping of Things to Come

    by Alan Hirsch and Michael Frost

We are daring to try to live out what Jesus believed was worth dying for: Bringing the presence of God through people rather than buildings and programs. We value our relationships with one another and believe that every person has an important gift to bring to the Church body. We are looking at how the Church was launched by the Author through accountable relationships: with three (Peter, James, & John), with twelve (the 12 disciples), and in walking out the Kingdom in public places as Paul recorded in Acts 20:20, “You know that I have not hesitated to preach anything that would be helpful to you but have taught you publicly and from house to house.”