As we wrap up 2017, we note the fact that we have been podcasting for FOUR YEARS! Wow! Tom and Gavin discuss the recent 2017 Simple Church Conference from October in Wilmore, Kentucky. Gavin’s number one take-away from that weekend was the concept of “being a part of two churches.” This is a concept first described by Curtis Sergeant as part of the Zume´Training. We’ve provided a link to his video below.
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What is a “successful” church? How do we evaluate success? Traditional churches look at metrics such as membership, growth, budget, baptisms, etc. But what does success look like in a Simple Church? In this two-part series, Gavin and Tom will discuss the measurement of a Simple Church’s effectiveness.
Hear Gavin’s new song, “You Don’t Hear Me Though”
Why do we participate in a Simple Church? Are we reacting against bad practices or negative experiences? Or are there good and positive reasons for establishing Simple Churches? Today, Gavin and Tom share their top five favorite features of Simple Church.
We are joined today by Forrest Head of BigLife. Forrest discusses the soon to be launched Zume Project, which is a grass roots resource to train simple biblical techniques of discipleship and simple church planting.
How should a church grow? How do believers make more believers who will make yet more believers? Is there a fool-proof method for multiplying churches? Today, Gavin and Tom look at the concept of Church Multiplication within the Simple Church.
Gavin is podcasting solo today. In this episode, Gavin describes Life Transformation Groups, a way to disciple small groups of 2-3 people. LTGs were developed by Neil Cole of Church Multiplication Associates. We will hear a few words from him as well.
Can a small group like a Life Transformation Group ultimately lead to the formation of a Simple Church? What does that process look like?
To see or hear more about Life Transformation Groups, go to Neil’s website: