Everything that has happened in the past several months, especially social distancing restrictions, has scattered the Church back out into our neighborhoods and cities like never before. Is this a problem or an opportunity?
In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, we’ll talk through the “what, why, and how” of leading the scattered church on mission. Perhaps you’ve been placed in your position for such a time as this!
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- Why the Church was always meant to be a ‘Gathered and Scattered’ people.
- Why when we embrace more scattered, missional modes of being the Church, it greatly enhances our gathered experiences.
- 3 foundational steps leaders need to be taking right now with their folks.
- An opportunity to get FREE discipleship tools and training that you can use in your context today.
From this episode:
“The last forty years of Sunday services, biblical sermons, safe childcare, affinity-based small groups, and programs to fit any need are not producing the strain of Christians that have significantly changed the culture. We are doing better church services than we have in the past as a result of presentation-enhancing tools, yet we wonder if all our resources may actually be hindering our growth if growth is supposed to include depth of transformation.“
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