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For the Sake of His Name - Part One

Have you ever stopped to think about Crossover Global’s purpose and mission, or what we refer to as our DNA? You might have seen our purpose and mission statements on our website. And you have (hopefully!) encountered it in our written and spoken words, as well as in the way we live our lives. It would be impossible not to sense it in different forms and fashions. After all, Crossover Global is an organism, part of the body of Christ. And it’s our DNA that makes us who we are. We put it like this:

"Crossover Global Passionately Seeks to Glorify God by Planting Multiplying Churches Among Unreached Peoples."

We turn to the Bible in order to understand who God is and what He desires… in order to understand the big story (metanarrative) of Scripture and redemptive history… in order to answer those big, existential (and sometimes pesky!) questions related to the Church and our own lives. You know the ones I’m talking about: Why are we here? What is the purpose of our lives? What is the mission of the Church?, etc. Specifically, we turn to what is called a biblical theology of missions.

However, as we quickly discover, the God of the Bible is a missionary God in His very essence, and thus the mission of God, and the mission of the Church, precedes the Bible. What we must do, then, is shift our paradigm to the one proposed by Bible scholar Christopher Wright. Rather than develop a biblical theology of missions, we must develop a missional theology of the Bible! So in this and the next three blogs, we’ll explore the missional basis of the Bible. And we’ll do so by unpacking Crossover Global’s DNA. In our DNA you find:

Why not take some time to think about those three components as they relate to you…to your family… to your church. That way you’ll be ready for the next blog when we start unpacking!

João Mordomo


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