For such a time as this.
Making A Difference
In The Great Commission
NEW GENERATIONS IS EMPOWERING ORDINARY PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD TO CREATE CHAIN REACTIONS OF DISCIPLES MAKING DISCIPLES.
MOVEMENTS OF NEW FOLLOWERS OF CHRIST HAVE ALREADY REACHED OVER ONE MILLION.
FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS!
Good things are happening in ministry around the world. And yet while many battles are being won, the people of God are still losing the bigger war. Over the past 100 years, the world has remained about 30% Christian. Despite 2,000 years of effort and investment, entire populations remain virtually untouched by the gospel. Current “solutions” provide answers for reaching hundreds of thousands, but the focus must be on reaching millions and billions. The painful reality is that traditional approaches to missions are simply not sufficient to finish the task. But movements are making a difference.
THE GOSPEL GOING VIRAL!
To complete the Great Commission, the gospel must spread naturally, accurately, and quickly. God is calling His people to return to the principles that catalyzed the explosive growth of the early church. His desire is for all people to obey and worship Him—and challenge others to do the same. The real game-changers are not those who merely believe in Jesus, but those who follow Him.
Disciple Making Movements (DMM) are the key because they are Simple, Sustainable, and Scalable.
The engine that drives DMM is a process we cal “Discovery Bible Study”, where spiritually interested people meet together to study the Bible through asking the following questions: What does the passage say? What does it mean? What will I do? Who can I tell?
Because new groups and new churches only do what they can afford, DMMs can be sustained without dependence on outside resources.
As ordinary people repeat the DMM process within their personal networks, the gospel spreads virally.
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