In an age divided and skeptical, when the true Christian story is often unknown or deeply misunderstood, how do we even begin to share the news of Jesus? And how might preaching in a local church both equip God's people for their missional task and speak in a way that a weary world can hear and even rejoice in? The answer begins with seeing the Bible as a document developed in a missionary context for a missionary purpose. This book starts there. It begins by examining the Bible as a document of mission that needs to be interpreted through a missional lens. It then moves to offer a mission-shaped vision for preaching and the needed tools for contextualizing the gospel in our post-Christendom setting. You'll find short, accessible chapters with personal reflection questions as well as three group discussion sections, ideal for either a classroom setting, a preaching team in a local church, or a preacher's guild.