As you may or may not know, the mission of Presbyterian Global Fellowship is: To transform mainline congregations into missional communities following Jesus Christ.
This week a pastor and blogger, Doug Resler, challenged the worth of this mission. He makes two arguments. First, missional ecclesiology isn't for everyone. Second, that it is not reasonable to think that institutional/traditional/attractional churches can make the shift to missional/incarnational.
As a leader in PGF, a life-long Presbyterian, and someone under 40 years old in leadership in the church, I find this conversation of utmost importance.
So read what he says. He is a great writer, so I urge you to absorb his thinking and arguments for yourselves. Because if missional ecclesiology is a fad for a few and/or not even possible for most, then I personally have a lot of changes to make in my life.