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(FREE!) 100M Movement Workshop
Wed, May 31, 2017, 9:00 AM – Thu, Jun 1, 2017, 4:30 PM EDT
In the last 20 years, something astonishing happened within the Western church: we began to re-embrace the forgotten ways of 'church-as-missional-movement.' As people engaged with the Bible, books, blogs, podcasts, conferences and everyday conversations, the Holy Spirit began to lead people back to the Biblical, but seemingly forgotten principles of the way of Jesus and his Church. And as people did this...they started trying things.
Like everything that's new, most of what they tried didn't work! But you know what? Some of it did.
Over time, different churches, networks and organizations developed some really core expertise in the various components of movemental, missional DNA. In fact, some of it began to look like the movement we all feel like the church is meant to be.
In this FREE workshop in Atlanta, GA, we would like to share with you some of the things we have seen and learned over the last few years, starting with some light theory, but then moving all the way down to practice of what we are doing and other churches are doing that's working.
The workshop itself will spend time on the 6 parts of missional movement, as discussed in Alan Hirsch's The Forgotten Ways, but taken all the way down to practice. There will be lots of discussion, Question and Answer and some time for dreaming and action steps.
Whether you're brand new to the idea of 'church-as-movement' or been going after it for a decade, you're not going to want to miss this special time together.
FULL DISCLOSURE: This workshop is as much for our team as it is for you! (That's one of the reasons we are doing it for free.) We are moving into a crucial moment for our team as we begin to walk alongside of churches who are poised for 'church-as-movement' with a specific process to see it come into fruition. We want and need some time together in a workshop setting as a team before we start that next journey.
Grace Fellowship Snellville Campus - Main Auditorium