At midnight on January 1, 2012 I started following Jesus. Within the first few weeks of being a Christian, I was being taken out on my college campus sharing the gospel. I am thankful to be surrounded by these people who immediately taught me to share the gospel.
As I grew as a disciple and disciple-maker faithful brothers and sisters showed me how God wants none to perish, but all to come to repentance. (2 Peter 3:9). This burdened me as I thought of the tens of thousands of people on my college campus and a question started nagging my heart: What’s it going to take to get the gospel to everyone?
I began learning about how Jesus and the early church didn’t just make disciples, but they made disciples who made disciples. They multiplied and from there, entire regions began to hear the gospel message! (Mark 1:28, Acts 6:7, Acts 9:31, Acts 19:10, Romans 15:19-23, 1 Thessalonians 1:7-8) That seemed to be the key! I needed to be like Jesus and try to multiply!
Since graduating from college, God called me to work in ministry as a vocation. From then on, I have been dedicating my time to trying to start these multiplying movements, or church planting movements, in the United States.
Along the way, I realized that I really liked researching and figuring out best practices and principles in regards to the mission of God. As I wrote up case studies of the things I was learning, people seemed interested in reading them and learning more. This podcast and blog is my effort to communicate what I have gleaned from fruitful movement practitioners across the country and globe.
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