How do you get to 4 Million micro churches in less than 20 years? In this episode, the 100M team speaks with Curtis Sargent about how discipleship, expectations, and organic models help the Gospel become viral. What you set as the ‘normal’ Christian life determines whether you have a consumer-based church or a reproducing church. Buckle up for a conversation that will challenge, inspire, and convict you.
Regardless of what God has called people to do, they are in full time ministry. We need to help every single person see how their calling fits into the mission of God.
“The thing took on a life of its own. It was not owned by any one church or denomination. And it just exploded.” Doug Paul
The disciples were all from different political factions and would not have normally shared a meal with each other. What does it mean to sit next to someone who you despise? In that space, Jesus creates a common table.
Beyond the glamour and hype, what does it really mean to be a movement right now? Brian Sanders of Tampa Underground dicusses with the 100 Movements team what it looks like to be a movemen. From guiding concepts to concrete organizational principles, Brian answers key questions on the practice of supporting what God is doing through people, while stewarding its forward direction.
Alan Hirsch's mDNA does not include a DNA component of supernatural phenomena, thought it is a common component in Christian movements. In this webcast we talk to Desi Baker and Neil Cole about their experiences with supernatural phenomena and the role it played in their movement.
If the American Church can rest and refocus the score card repurposed towards mission and discipleship, it can reshape its future.
In this webcast, the 100 Movements team discusses how Communitas may be the missing piece of movemental identity with Jessie Cruickshank. She shares how churches can engage in rhytms of risk and celebration to create authentic, couragous community.
In this webcast, the 100 Movements team speaks with Alan Hirsch about why the confession that Jesus Is Lord is the core confession of the church. The team looks at how the Jesus Is Lord becomes the key organizing component for the church and Christian movements.