The Supernatural Side of Movements

In a movement, we look to slow down the enemy and speed up the chruch. We do this by doing smaller, littler things in everyday life.
— Desi Baker

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.

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Communitas - the missing mDNA

Only when the apostolic and shepherding capacities find harmony with one another can we develop communities of the family of God on-mission.
— Jessie Cruickshank

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.

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Jesus Is Lord

To choose monotheism and reject other loyalties is to declare a world view in three words: Jesus Is Lord.
— Alan Hirsch

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.

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