Missional Small Groups: Becoming a Community that Makes a Difference in the World

Missional Small Groups: Becoming a Community that Makes a Difference in the World

M. Scott Boren
Baker Books, US$16.99

Much to the probable disgust of librarians everywhere, I dog-ear corners of books that I read.

I do this when I find things that I think are important and want to come back to. Having read Missional Small Groups, the book now seems twice its original thickness because of the number of dog-eared pages I have given it.

This book is great. It is well written and very easy to read.

However, the best thing about it is that it provides insight and suggestions for renewing small groups in the church.

It does not seek to rubbish the way many of us do small groups but at the same time it sets before us a vision of groups that might radically change the way we do church.

If you are someone seeking to find new ways to be the church and reach out to your community then this book is worth searching out. If you have a small group, then it would be a fabulous book to look at; but be warned: it may lead you into mission in a way that you have never thought of before.

Jon Humphries

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