Pastor Stan Gleason, who serves as Senior Pastor at The Life Church in Kansas City, MO, and is the Assistant General Superintendent of The United Pentecostal Church International, has been a leading voice in the discipleship movement for many years. His book, “Follow to Lead: The Journey of A Disciple-Maker” is a respected resource on discipleship and has been translated in several languages. Pastor Gleason shares with us his jour...
In the latest episode of The Mobilized Church Podcast, we interview Pastor Anthony Cox from Harvey, IL, who is a leading voice in multiplication and church planting. Here his story about how they are multiplying and launching church plants all over the Chicagoland area.
Today we are interviewing Pastor Jason Staten from Lexington Park, MD to talk about his new program called Raising the Bar Leadership Curriculum and how this can help in becoming effect multiplying leaders. For more information on Raising the Bar, please visit https://www.jasonrstaten.com/
In this episode we discuss how we can redeem some of the common discipleship terms that have often been misapplied or misunderstood.
Join us for our discussion as we address some of the discipleship terms and concepts that have gotten off-track or are misunderstood. It's critical to align the language to the value system of the kingdom that leads to a discipleship culture.
In the latest edition of The Mobilized Church Podcast, we discuss the importance of biblical terms and concepts outside of the applications of cultural Christianity. Just because a term or concept has been misused does not mean that we should discard it because we are engaged in God's redemptive process.
We are living in such a unique time and we need to hear the voice of God like never before. In this episode we discuss what God is speaking to the church.
In this episode we discuss how God uses tension as leverage for change. As humans, we try and alleviate change, but sometimes God would rather we embrace it.
There are many reasons why changing our church culture into a true apostolic discipleship/multiplication culture is difficult. We take a deep dive into some of the biggest challenges we have experienced and what we have done to attempt to overcome them.
When Jesus Is richly dwelling In you, you will richly dwell In places where you are mobilized.
Join us for part 2 of our discussion about continuing to live on mission even in the most adverse circumstances. The mission cannot and does not stop just because times are difficult.
Motivation matters because it determines what you put your time, energy and resources towards. In this episode, we talk about the THREE different motivations for mobilization and the consequences of each of them.
Change is never easy but a necessary component for church multiplication particularly in the unique hour we are living. In this episode, the Dillingham brothers discuss the difficult topics of tradition, change, and the future of the church.
As those that have personally experienced and been eyewitnesses to the transformational power of His Spirit, we are called to testify to our world that He is the better way. Our message is not that if you follow Jesus you will have better/bigger/nicer things in this life, but that you will have overcoming power. In this episode, we address the reality that if we are going to fulfill HIs mission, we have to truly believe that HE is ...
While we are certainly not living in ideal circumstances, is it possible that God has uniquely positioned us to be the most missional generation in the history of the church? In this episode, Pastors Ken & Kris talk about what it means this means to live in and speak to the real-world issues of our time.
In this bonus episode of The Mobilized Church, Ken & Kris tackle the difficult topic of the 2020 Election/politics and how it effects living a mobilized life. There is certainly high tension in our nation and it is imperative that we skillfullly navigate through these difficult issues with the goal of sharing the good news. We hope you enjoy!
How can be witnesses In times that are so uncertain? Listen to the discussion to find out!
In a world full of voices, we have to learn to listen to Him and to people. People will have opinions that violate God's values, but they are not the enemy.
As we continue the discussion this week, we dive in on how we can live mobilized even In a messed-up world.