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Disciple Making Movements at Shoal Creek

Mon, January 23, 2012

 

 

Disciple Making Movement

Understading the Dynamics

January 23-25, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Shoal Creek Community Church

6816 S Church Road

Pleasant Valley, MO 64068 

 

For more information and to register, go to http://tinyurl.com/74ppq36

 

Day One includes:

Historical perspective/Biblical perspective/Biblical vs cultural Christianity/Keys elements within movements/Counter-intuitives/Interview w/movement catalyst

 

Day Two includes: Why the Bible must be source?/Why discovery process is central?/Why moving from knowledge to obedience is core?/Why ideas of leadership must change?Leading the discovery process

 

Day Three includes: Disciple making movements cycle/Establishing an intentional plan/Defining roles to sustain growth/What is the role of a catalyst?/The essential role of the coach

 

Optional evening discussions:

•Movements among African-Americans

•Movements among Latinos

•Movements among existing

 

Churches Facilitators include:

 

Dave Hunt Movement catalyst for New Generations in the Horn of Africa and currently VP of Church Planting for CityTeam. Dave's dissertation documenting the birth of a movement- 4500 church/85,000 new believers in 4 years and still counting is available here online at DavidLWatson.org (searchEast Africa)

 

Hermie Smit Currently catalyzing a movement in the Bay Area of California that is 4 generations deep.

 

Ricardo Pinera Partners with Hermie in the Bay Area work and has seen the movement leap back into Latin America from Califorina. Ricardo coaches a movement that has grown 3 generations and over 400 groups.

 

Delroy Oakley Developing a disciple-making movement among African-Americans in Philadelphia and along the eastern seaboard.

 

Roy Moran Pioneering a hybrid (Come/Go) strategy in a suburban church in Kansas City that includes a traditional attractional model-Come, alongside a movement based disciple making strategy-Go.