Seeking the Prosperity of Our Neighbors by Amy Sherman

Missional church leaders seek deep community transformation that advances a foretaste of God’s Kingdom. Too often, though, we fail to deploy our congregants’ unique vocational power strategically, creatively, and effectively toward that bold end. Equipping members for living missionally in and through their work is an essential strategy for rejoicing our cities (Proverbs 11:10). That vision demands that we draw thoroughly on all our congregants have to offer—their vocational expertise, networks, influence, platforms, and skills. In this excerpt from her talk at Q Washington D.C., Amy Sherman explains how why recognizing our vocational power is so important when seeking the good of our cities.

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