Missions Misunderstood » obedience

Posted May 3rd, 2009 by E. Goodman

Much of what I write here centers around metrics- how we measure what we do. I believe that our desire to have measurable results of some kind has driven our strategy into a deeply human-centered pragmatism. From numbers to feelings, we try everything to try to get a handle on what it is that God […]

Tags: fruit, metrics, obedience, persecution, unity

Filed under:Christianity, Misunderstood Posted December 21st, 2005 by E. Goodman

I recognize that there are some problems with “obedience as the strategy.” There are real questions of trust and control. Allowing the Holy Spirit to run our strategy would require us to trust each person with hearing and understanding God’s call on their life. We might not have control over where we send people. Plus, […]

Tags: obedience

Filed under:Missiology, Strategy