This is a "missional bibliography" of sorts. If you're interested in a reading list on missional communities, pick something off this list. I'll continue adding to it. Have recommendations? Send them my way!

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Missional Theory
These are books that cover the general concept of missional fairly well.
Reading the Bible w/ a Missional Lens, or a missional hermeneutic
Books that discuss how we read the Bible is important to how we understand the concept of missional.
A People's Church History, or a missional history of the Church
Missional is not mission based on power or privilege. It's therefore important to read Christian history from a voice that does not represent these.
Mission and Worship
Missional communities are worshiping communities. These books explore how a missional posture impacts how we worship.
Mission and Evangelism
Missional assumes the announcement of God's good news. These books re-imagine the spiritual practice of evangelism.
Missional Spirituality
To remain missional means practicing Christian spirituality in a particular way. These books offer ideas of the kind of practices that shape a missional Christian.
Organizing for Mission
Becoming a missional community means that we are organized in a way that keeps us externally focused.
Gathering a Missional Community
There are age-old tactics that work in gathering a new community. Yet, old assumptions and tools often fail.
Justice, Mercy and the Mission of God
Assuming that God is already at work within a given context changes how we approach those in need, on the margins, etc. These books are helpful in re-orienting our works of justice and mercy.
Mission From Another Lens
Every missional leader should read these books.