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Go and Do: Becoming a Missional Christian

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We are not meant to live safe, happy, successful Christian lives. Jesus calls us to something more. Don't settle for a life that will soon be forgotten. Mission is not just something for "them," somewhere over "there." Mission is for us, here and now. Don Everts invites you to get caught up in God's mission in this world. He shows what it means to be a missional Christian, ...more
Paperback, 196 pages
Published May 10th 2012 by IVP Books
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Brett
Clever and practical, Everts' work offers a simple and clear explanation and introduction to becoming a "missional Christian." This work unpacks both the anatomy of a missional Christian (e.g. sober eyes, rather than the fearful eyes of a safe Christian, or the eager eyes of a successful Christian, or the recreational eyes of a happy Christian) and the geography of mission (e.g. family, relationships, church, the city, and the world). Although at times bordering on cutesy (the anatomy metaphors ...more
Brian
This book started out great, with funny images about how we tend to be safe christians or happy Christians, Etc. The sober eyes image was good too. I would definitely recommend this book to people who are still figuring out how to live miasionally. It has a ton of practical ideas and stories to help you visualize and motivate yourself to live out God's great mission.
Bob
Good fun, I recommend this to students if they want to have the kind of faith that makes a difference!
Judi Breidegam
Great book about living a missional life.
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Don Everts began writing while spending nearly two decades on college campuses in Washington and Colorado. He wrote his first book, Jesus with Dirty Feet, as a 25 year-old who had just gotten married and moved to Boulder, CO.

Since then Don has published 12 books with InterVarsity Press and is currently mulling over writing an uplifting zombie novel.

Having finally gotten off the college campus, Do
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