The Dillingham Group Mobilized Church Podcast

The Dillingham Group Mobilized Church Podcast

Pastors Ken and Kris Dillingham tackle the topics and discuss the strategies of getting the church "out of the box."

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August 10, 2022 71 min

We all recognize that we are living in very tumultuous times. Politically, economically, socially, and most definitely spiritually. A valid question that can and should be asked is if the church growth model of the last 50+ years is going to be able to withstand the spiritual pressure of the hour. Some have suggested that discipleship/disciple-making/multiplication is a passing fad. But is it possible that Jesus is empowering t...

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Every committed Jew had heard the importance of standing for and staying in the “old paths” and the traditions that had been handed down for generations. But then we read a parable Jesus shares in Luke 5:36-39 about the old wineskins and new wineskins, which created a significant amount of tension because they saw it as contradictory to the law. But Jesus was abundantly clear that He came not to destroy the law but to fulfill it. W...

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July 26, 2022 66 min

Since we were kids, we’ve heard the mantra, “This is the revival generation.” And while we recognize that every generation possesses massive missional potential, it certainly seems as though this current generation is poised for a multiplication revival that can truly turn this world upside down. Today we talk about why that is and what we can do to maximize that potential.

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July 20, 2022 69 min

In the book of acts, the New Testament church often prayed for boldness. We are living in a day where I Spiritual Conversations are conducted in an increasingly secular culture. Today we explore how the church can be bold with the gospel while having conversations with not at people.

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July 9, 2022 56 min

Over the course of the last couple of years we have discussed a lot of details as it pertains how to be and make disciples and the process of how that happens. But we must never forget that to produce a true apostolic culture, we must have the influence of the Holy Spirit in everything we do. We cannot get so technical and master all of the concepts and principles that we think we can do it without Jesus. If we try to do it without...

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June 29, 2022 71 min

Today marks our 100th episode and nearly two years of recording The Mobilized Church Podcast. First of all, we want to say THANK YOU to all of our listeners and those who engage with us on a weekly basis. Secondly, we want to have a conversation about “the why” of  this podcast. Recent statistic reaffirm what we know: fewer people than ever in American history are identifying as Christians and yet we know that the gospel is as powe...

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June 22, 2022 68 min

Matthew chapter 8 begins by saying, “When he had come down out of the mountain…” he immediately heals a leper, then the Centurion’s servant, then Peter’s mother-in-law, and then he healed the multitudes, We see this pattern happen many times in scripture: Jesus comes out an environment of truth and power to take that to the people who needed it most. This is the embodiment of mobilization. We, as apostolics, love the “mountain” exp...

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June 15, 2022 69 min

We are living in a fallen and broken world and as a result we have all been hurt by someone and something. Unfortunately, many have been hurt in a place where healing is supposed to occur, in the church. This has led many to become disillusioned with the modern church. In today’s episode we tackle the challenging topic of dealing with hurts in our own lives, as well as living on mission to bring healing to those who have been hurt ...

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We are living in a world where people want all of the benefits without a high level of commitment in all areas of life. But the value system of the kingdom is that if we are going to follow Jesus, He requires total and complete surrender of every area of our lives. The question is this: how do we make fully devoted followers of Jesus (disciples) in this kind of environment?

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In the modern church era, we have typically attempted to produce change in people by getting them to believe the “right things.” If we can just get them enough new or better information, they will change what they believe and thus experience life-change. But the Bible is abundantly clear that the Jesus-model is to address the heart issues and if you get people to love and value what Jesus does, it will produce not only proper ortho...

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May 18, 2022 78 min

You’ve heard us refer to concepts like fruit to root, behavior modification, changing what you care about, etc. Today we are going to bring all of these concepts together to demonstrate why it is so vital for us to consistently experience true transformation so that we can flourish in freedom.

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Over the years, there have been a lot of trends as it pertains to small group meetings for the purpose of discipleship and multiplication. But are these biblical and are they fulfilling the purpose of building fully devoted followers of Jesus that are living on mission? In today’s episode we discuss each of these in comparison to the apostolic model given in scripture. 


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May 3, 2022 69 min

Just last night it was leaked that it appears the Supreme Court of the United States is about to issue a ruling overturning Roe vs Wade, which has caused a massive backlash and protests on both sides. The question is, as disciple-makers, how do we respond particularly as it relates to issues that involve strong emotions and opinions? In today’s episode we discuss how you can stand for the value system of the kingdom and continue to...

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April 27, 2022 64 min

As we’re recording this podcast, the world is still discussing the bombshell news that Elon Musk has now purchased Twitter and one of the big questions that is swirling around is, “Who is controlling the narrative?” Sometimes on this episode we discuss the nuts and bolts of creating a discipleship culture and being a disciple-maker but today we want to take a different angle by discussing who is controlling the narrative in our liv...

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The role of the church from a biblical perspective is for the perfecting of the saints and equipping for the work of the ministry. However, far too often, church events and activities have become the epicenter of missional activity. In this episode we discuss what it would look like if the church would create an environment like Jesus did with his disciples for the purpose of training and releasing for doing mission. 

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April 15, 2022 54 min

It has become very popular within church culture to promote an atmosphere of friendliness. From parking lot attendants to door greeters to the First Impressions team, we do everything we can to let people know we are “the friendliest church in town.” But are we missing something? Is it possible that we have mastered the art of being friendly without actually being friends? In today’s episode, we discuss why just being friendly fall...

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April 5, 2022 66 min

In the latest episode of The Mobilized Church Podcast, we interview Pastor Mark Condon from New Albany, OH. Mark has been a leader in the worship music industry for many years and in 2014 he and his wife Carol planted Infinite Church in the Columbus area. We are looking forward to an awesome discussion about their experiences in church planting and launching a missional movement.

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Many times new believers (or new converts) have an advantage over veteran believers when it comes to living on mission.  Today we want to explore some of the reasons why new believers have the advantage and how veteran believers can learn from their “childlike faith.” 

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We have talked a lot about the importance of changing the “operating system” of the church in building a true discipleship culture versus an institutional model which is built on incremental change. In today’s episode we discuss how this operating system change affects every aspect of church operation and specifically what it looks like in creating teams. The things that matter most in team-building reveal your operating system.

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If we are going to reach our world with the gospel, it demands that we become embedded in the key spaces of life: where we live, work, and play. We call this Mobilization…getting US into OUR world for the purpose of building meaningful relationships. But one of the biggest challenges we have encountered is how to take Jesus into those relationships in a way that is natural and genuine. In today’s episode, we discuss a major key we ...

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