Exploring the intersection of liturgy and mission

New Book Liturgical Mission!

I am excited to share that I have a new new book that was just released with InterVarsity Press called Liturgical Mission: The Work of the People for the Sake of the World. Here is a brief description of the book.

Modern missional movements have often viewed the historic Christian traditions with suspicion. The old traditions may be beautiful, the thinking goes, but they’re too insular, focused primarily on worship and on the interior life of the church, and not looking outward to evangelism and good works.

In Liturgical Mission, Winfield Bevins argues that the church’s liturgy and sacramental life are in fact deeply missional. He explores the historic practices of the Christian church, demonstrating that they actually do offer a holistic framework for everyday Christian discipleship and mission in the twenty-first century. The result is a book that not only invites all Christians back to the historic liturgy of the church, but also invites those already in liturgical churches to rediscover the missional life that has too often been latent in their own traditions.

You can order the book here!

 

Bevins draws on ancient and global liturgical traditions to draw us into a deep and mysterious worship of the triune God.
Michael F. Bird
At a time when almost every institution seems to be in crisis, this book shows a better way forward for the church: the way of worship and mission.
Russell Moore
Winfield Bevins uncovers the heart of historic Christian worship in order to steady us and to guide us.
Glenn Packiam
This book chronicles a remarkably hopeful trend in today's churches.
Wesley Hill
Timely words for an unusual time that can become timeless.
Scot McKnight
A valuable resource for forming the habits of the soul for every age.
Gloria Gaither
A timely book that helps the church rediscover the vital relationship between worship, theology, and mission.
Justo L. González