Becoming A Missional Family — P.C. Mathew on “Missional Families are Affectionate”

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Becoming A Missional Family:
Fulfilling God’s Purpose In and Through Your Family

Series sponsored by RightNow Media

Tuesday, May 4 at 2:00 p.m. ET

Episode 2: Missional Families are Affectionate

Join us each week for a new episode of this five-part series with Dr. P.C. Mathew as he discusses how being missional starts right in our homes.

A family is a single unit, but it’s often comprised of very different personalities.

Despite our differences, however, God intends for the family to function as a collective unit, with mutual respect and affection, in fulfilling His mission.

In this session, Dr. P.C. Mathew talks about how family relationships that are based on intimacy, oneness, and mutual respect serve as a solid foundation for missional families.

Featured Guest

Dr. P.C. Mathew

Head of the Urban India Ministries and Kutumb Communications

Bryan Loritts

Pastor for Preaching and Mission at Trinity Grace Church in New York City, author of "God on Paper," contributing author for "Great Preaching," and President of the Kainos Movement.

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Featured Guest

Matt Chandler

Matt Chandler serves as Lead Pastor of Teaching at The Village Church in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Under his leadership since 2002, the church has grown from 160 to over 11,000 members across five campuses.

Alongside his current role as lead pastor, Matt is involved in church planting efforts both locally and internationally through The Village and various strategic partnerships. Matt also serves as the President of Acts 29, a worldwide church-planting organization. He is a frequent conference speaker and the author of several books including Creature of the Word, The Explicit Gospel and The Mingling of Souls.

Featured Guest

Dr. P.C. Mathew

Dr. P.C. Mathew heads the Urban India Ministries and Kutumb Communications. He is also the Founder and Dean of UIM Family Research Training Institute. Witnessing the increase in breakdown of families, Urban India Ministries came into being in 1998. He and his wife, Ciby, pioneered two youth centers in North Karnataka, reaching young people living in hostels, away from their parents.

Dr. Mathew is a graduate in physics from Madras Christian College and studied in UBS Pune for four years. After training in the United States in Family Life Ministry, he went on to complete his doctoral studies at Asbury Theological Seminary. His study focused on the life of families in and around Bangalore City. The Family Mission Centre materialized in response to the growing emotional needs of families in urban areas. He is the author of Becoming a Missional Family: Fulfilling God’s Purpose In and Through Your Family. Other areas of leadership include his involvement with the Transform World Movement as its national coordinator and as a member of its Global Advisory Board.

Bryan Loritts

Bryan Loritts is the Pastor for Preaching and Mission at Trinity Grace Church in New York City. He is the author of the book God on Paper, as well as a contributing author for the book entitled Great Preaching. He also serves as the President of the Kainos Movement, an organization committed to seeing the multi-ethnic church become the new normal in our world. In addition to these positions, Bryan serves on the board of trustees for Biola University. He's been a featured speaker at the Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit, Catalyst, and a host of other events. Bryan and his wife, Korie, also serve together on the Family Life speaker team. This ministry takes them across the country as they speak at Weekend to Remember conferences, joining in the fight for healthy godly marriages.

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“I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one—I in them and you in me—so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.”
John 17:22-23

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