The Missional church always thinks of the long haul rather than the quick fix
A missional church is a church that must live the dialectic. It must stay in the journey.
The missional church is not a new trend or the latest new technique for reaching postmodern people.
In missional churches, the baby birds have been pushed out of the nest and are learning to fly for themselves.
Because we believe that somewhere in the nest of paradigms contained in the phrase "missional church" lies nothing less that the future viability of Western Christianity.
The safety-obsessed church lacks the inner dynamic to foster profound missional impact in our time.
Leading a missional church is not for the faint of heart. It takes courage to push yourself beyond your comfort zone and to lead the church beyond it personal limits.
The True Church can never fail. For it is based upon a rock.
T. S. Eliot