Description: Confessions of a reformission rev.: hard lessons from an
File name: Confessions of a reformission rev.: hard lessons from an
An inside look at an innovative Seattle church and its network of missional ministries In his first book, The Radical Reformission, Mark Driscoll examined what it means to be missionaries in postmodern America. In this book from the newly announced Leadership Network Innovation Series, Driscoll builds on his foundational theory that today's mission field starts just outside your door and that Christians can reach out lovingly without selling out theologically. He effectively uses humor and satire to encourage churches to reach their local culture with boldness. Each chapter includes both principles and practices from the community of faith at Mars Hill in Seattle and their Acts 29 Network. Driscoll is entertaining as well as brutally honest as he provides an inside view of the church's innovations, the mistakes they've made, and the hard lessons they've learned. Despite many failures, Mars Hill has experienced exceptional growth in an unlikely setting and has caught the attention of the media as one of the fastest-growing emerging churches in America.