Neighborhood missional living is something that many ascribe to, but not everyone achieves. This type of intentional discipleship in community includes family, friends, and those living closest to you and helps you experience the gospel in ways that you never imagined.
This week on the Lifeschool Podcast, we talk with our friend Twyla Franz, a mother of three, as she shares a bit of her family’s journey into missional living. She’ll show us how to start taking baby steps in spite of being imperfectly ready.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- What life for a young family living on mission looks like (it’s a beautiful mess!).
- Why being “imperfectly ready” is the perfect place to be.
- Why proximity to those you are in community with is crucial.
- How to make a habit of taking baby steps!
From this episode:
“You can lead a missional community and make disciples out of your home and in your neighborhood. This is not something for a magical, special few people who ‘crack the code’. It’s about being willing in spite of being imperfectly ready. It’s about taking little steps towards loving better, being a better neighbor, a better disciple-making-disciple.”
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Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
Twyla’s blog: The Uncommon Normal
Emily P. Freeman book: The Next Right Thing