Taste of Weavers


Is there someone who you have wished you could connect with God? The Weavers way of engaging others in conversation may be what you’ve been looking for. Practical. Scripture Engagement. Oral learner-friendly. Conversational. Based on an easy-to-learn, and reproducible framework that you can adapt for everyday conversations with the people who are important to you as well as for spontaneous encounters. Come for a taste of what storyweaving is like.

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8 Qualities of Shepherd-Leaders


Here are eight qualities of a shepherd-leader we can learn from the good shepherd in John 10.

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Trinitarian Hospitality


I have coined the phrase “Trinitarian Hospitality” to describe the mysterious truth that the triune God opens up His community to all who believe, and remarkably, God desires to be hosted by us. In a profound sense, God is both Host and Guest, even as we who believe are also hosted by God and the guest of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

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The Joy of Evangelism

If you’re like me, when someone starts talking about the need to get more involved in evangelism, the first thought to come to mind isn’t ‘JOY’. Maybe its stress. Or guilt. Or shame. Or fear. Why do we feel that way?

And although many non-Christians are willing to engage in spiritual conversations, most Christians don’t start them. Why are we so reluctant?

 


Mobilizing Movements: An Interview

An interview with Murray Moerman, about his new book Mobilizing Movements. Murray speaks from his personal experience as he shares wisdom for Christian leaders & ordinary Christians.


Mobilizing Movements to Jesus Christ

The need of Christ above all is the impetus for the Great Commission, and the Great Commission is the reason for the church, her mission, and for the recent book Mobilizing Movements: Leadership Insights for Discipling Whole Nations.


How Should We Then Live?

The question is asked, “How do we move forward as a moral and ethical minority in a secular and pluralistic society?”

This is a good question for any generation.

What does it mean to be “moral and ethical,” and by what standard is it judged? Do we have the right to that claim? These are larger questions for another time. For now, it is enough to challenge the claim of being “a moral and ethical minority” to raise the question, “Are we?”


Opportunities & Threats for the Canadian Church: What's Next?

"What’s next?" is a big question. We may not know the next step, but do we know the right direction?

We will move ahead whether we are prepared or not. But what are we expecting? Is it only our wish to see the “old normal” resumed or is it to see God’s kingdom being “in operation” more explicitly? I would certainly like to see churches awakened to visualize God’s kingdom come, but in the midst of this I recognize there are both opportunities and threats.


Four Components of Disciple Making Movements

How can a disciple-making group lead to more groups and, perhaps, even to a disciple-making movement in our culture?


Stop Training People

Stop training. 

You are probably wasting your time and that of those you are training!  Seriously! 

I say that as a trainer of church planters, church leaders, and church planting catalysts or multipliers.  How many hours do we spend training people?  If we count going to conferences as part of training or retraining, how much time does that add?  And what results are we seeing? 

Please don’t stop reading yet!  I still train and I do organize training events.  But they have changed quite a bit. 


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