Michael Frost





Michael Frost

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Michael Frost is the Vice Principal and the Director of the Tinsley Institute at Morling College. He teaches various missiology and evangelism subjects and has written extensively on a missional paradigm for the church in a post-Christian era.

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“Many exiles leave the mainstream church and engage in the kinds of things we’ve looked at already: living an authentic life, struggling for global justice, showing compassion, pursuing vocation as a way of doing God’s work. But often they do it alone, imagining that it’s either the conventional church or no church at all.”
Michael Frost, Exiles: Living Missionally in a Post-Christian Culture

“Being more missional might actually mean doing fewer things. There is a Latin American proverb that says, “If you don’t know where you’re coming from, and if you don’t know where you’re going, then any bus will do.” Some congregations are clearly riding too many busesl What they need is not more flurry, but more focus. Becoming disciplined about being a missional church can provide such a focus.[16”
Michael Frost, Exiles: Living Missionally in a Post-Christian Culture

“I, for one, am happy to see the end of Christendom. I’m glad that we can no longer rely on temporal, cultural supports to reinforce our message or the validity of our presence. I suspect that the increasing marginalization of the Christian movement in the West is the very thing that will wake us up to the marvelously exciting, dangerous, and confronting message of Jesus. If we are exiles on foreign soil—post-Christendom, postmodern, postliterate, and so on—then maybe at last it’s time to start living like exiles, as a pesky, fringe-dwelling alternative to the dominant forces of our times. As the saying goes, “Way out people know the way out.”[8”
Michael Frost, Exiles: Living Missionally in a Post-Christian Culture



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