SMC4-7:  Creating a
Contextual Missional Pathway

Supporting Interdependent Missional Roles

This workshop introduces the topic of the interdependent missional roles in developing missional pathways.  Each person can take part in the developing, examining, advancing, shepherding, and establishing process of  the the missional system.  Five dimensions of self-identity, communication, and relationships will be discussed. Presenter will make available a number of resources that will specifically assist in missional pathway management.   Application will be made to a variety of community types. 



Workshop Objectives

What you will learn in this workshop

1.  Learn about specific components for developing missional pathways.

2.  Understand  the five types of self-identity and how they relate to communication and relationships.

3.  Discuss the tools that are helpful to each missional role.

4.  Become aware of how to view a community to reach and disciple new believers.


Workshop Outline

1.  Defining Missional Pathways

2.  Examining Pathway Components

3.  Developing Pathway Components

4.  Missional Pathway Management



Workshop Content

Power Point Presentation

Contextual Data


Workshop Logistics

Time:  75 - 90 minutes

Power Point Projector needed


Seminar Workshops

Biblical Foundations:

SMC4-1:  The Missional Calling

SMC4-2:  Pauline Mission Teams

Missional Roles:

SMC4-3:  Exegetical Study of Ephesians 4

SMC4-4:  Overview of Biblical Missional Roles

Missional Skills and Task:

SMC4-5:  Skills & Task of Each Role

Missional System and Channels:

SMC4-6:  Understanding the Missional System

SMC4-7:  Creating a Contextual Missional Pathway