A vision of a prayer was the beginning. Twenty Seconds is not long at all. But one quick prayer made a huge impact on the lives of Nehemiah’s people who had returned to a shattered homeland following the exile. What could happen today if there were a growing movement of people engaged in prayer and […]
Stories for the Journey
Ordinary people and communities living out mission in new ways
It was an atypically warm November morning in Milwaukee when we pulled onto the street next to Despensa de la Paz, a food pantry on 22ndStreet in downtown Milwaukee southeast of Miller Park. Ours was already a bit of an eclectic group, myself and five women who were part of an intergenerational knitting group in […]
As people from the churches in the Capital Area Baptist Association of the American Baptist Churches of New York State gathered together for the ordination of George Stefani into pastoral leadership, their gathering became a moment also of working together in mission. An offering of personal hygiene items had been collected for migrant […]
Welcome to Missional Networking!
Our Mission is to connect and encourage individuals and faith communities of all backgrounds as we seek to join in God’s mission and purposes in the world, seeing the lives of people and neighborhoods transformed and called into deeper life and wholeness.
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Encouragement for the Journey:
We’re not in this alone! By sharing stories in our blog about how ordinary people and ordinary churches are leaning into new ways of making connections, we can find new ideas, bumps in the road to learn from, and the reminder of how God often works in surprising ways. Contact Us if you have a story you’d like to share or a contact we should make!