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This article explores the kinds of moves required in order for the future ministry of the church of Jesus Christ to remain firmly Christian. The article identifies a number of critical moves that involve greater integration, organic thinking and practice, and an emphasis upon cooperation, character and friendship. Such moves in fact are interdependent and belong to a more collaborative understanding of the church and its ministerial practices. In this sense the article is an attempt to offer some conceptual clarity regarding what a mission shaped ministry might actually involve.

Affiliations: 1: Oxford Centre for Ecclesiology and Practical Theology Ripon Theological College, Cuddesdon, Oxford OX44 9EXs.k.pickard@gmail.com

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This article explores the kinds of moves required in order for the future ministry of the church of Jesus Christ to remain firmly Christian. The article identifies a number of critical moves that involve greater integration, organic thinking and practice, and an emphasis upon cooperation, character and friendship. Such moves in fact are interdependent and belong to a more collaborative understanding of the church and its ministerial practices. In this sense the article is an attempt to offer some conceptual clarity regarding what a mission shaped ministry might actually involve.

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