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Missio Dei: A Wesleyan Understanding - Keith Schwanz


The church engages in mission as it is formed and transformed by the triune God whose nature is missional. If the church is not motivated by foundational, theological convictions, the church can blind



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Missio Dei: A Wesleyan Understanding - Keith Schwanz


The church engages in mission as it is formed and transformed by the triune God whose nature is missional. If the church is not motivated by foundational, theological convictions, the church can blind