The Tangible Kingdom Primer

Last summer I wrote two posts on the book, The Tangible Kingdom, by Hugh Halter and Matt Smay. Hugh and Matt are the co-pastors of Adullam, a missional congregation in Denver.

Today, I received a comment on one of the posts from Missio, Hugh and Matt’s missions organization that is a part of their Church Resource Ministries (CRM Leaders) ministry. I was offered a copy of the book that they have written as a follow-up to The Tangible Kingdom.

The book is entitled, The Tangible Kingdom Primer. It is an eight-week study that helps individuals and congregations move into a more missional way of thinking and conducting themselves as Christ-followers. It is described as “an eight-week guide to Incarnational community.”

I am looking forward to receiving, working through, and posting on the Primer.

That you, Missio, for the comment and the book.

~ Blessings ~


Read my previous posts referenced above, The Tangible Kingdom and Living the Life.

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2 Comments on “The Tangible Kingdom Primer”

  1. You’ll enjoy the Primer. It’s good stuff. We’re taking all our Restore communities (community groups) through them now and are having all the “right” kind of tensions as we struggle through incarnational community.

    You can follow along at

    Enjoy the journey. BH

    • tangiblethoughts Says:

      Thanks for your comment and encouragement, Brandon. I look forward to following your daily posts on the Primer. Blessings.

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