Mission Archives - Seedbed
Marks of John Wesley's Movement

These six marks provide a genetic structure—­much like the DNA in a living organism—mutually working together to create the movement dynamics that led to the Wesleyan revival.

The Christendom model as we know it, our dominant Western version of the faith, is disintegrating.

Once we have listened to God and our community, this moves us into the loving and serving stage of a fresh expression.

Jesus is a blended ecology, the life of heaven and mud-stuff. The church is his blended ecology, a colony of heaven, in, with, for, and among a sin-marred valley.

Paul recognizes that the gospel makes possible a reconciliation that heals the disastrous effects of the fall.

The gospel calls all of God’s people to engage in acts of witness to the surrounding world.

Futurefitting is about restructuring the local church to reflect the diverse singularity of the triune God for the purpose of local mission.

The church is called to profusely and generatively cast the seeds of God’s love into the world.

The life, death, and resurrection of Jesus reenact and fulfill the Old Testament story.

We are to pray and work for the coming of the kingdom here and now, in every nook and niche of creation.