Jan 19, 2018

Develop

Episode 176: Forgotten Ways

What It Is and How To Apply It


On today’s show, Brad Brisco and Craig Lovelace join us to chat about the Alan Hirsch book called Forgotten Ways and how it can help shape and develop your ministry.

Brad Brisco // Director of Bivocational Church Planting NAMB // @bradbrisco_kc bbrsico@namb.net

Craig Lovelace // Executive Director Resonate Network 

Notes from the show:

  • Why we cannot just talk about APEST? What is missional DNA and what is the heart of it?
  • The person, work, and ways of Jesus.
  • Jesus as Lord has to penetrate all we do.
  • We need to create disciple making environments.
  • Pre-conversion and post-conversion.
  • Evangelism happens as we make disciples.
  • Recapturing the missionary nature of the church.
  • The church is a gathered and scattered people.
  • How can this help is in reaching college students and planting churches?
  • Regardless of calling we need to show people how that vocation fits into the mission of God.
  • Sometimes the ‘teacher/shepherd’ gifting can limit peoples vision on how they fit into the body of Christ and the church.
  • There is no sacred/secular divide, all things are under the kingdom of Jesus.
  • What are applications for us?

Links We Talked About

Resonate Leadership Pipeline

Church Leaders Podcast: Todd Atkins – Pipelines

Forgotten Ways – Alan Hirsch

The Spontaneous Expansion of the Church – Roland Allen

Originals – Adam Grant

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about the author

Craig Lovelace


Craig Lovelace started attending Resonate his freshman year at Idaho University. Craig started his relationship with Jesus at Resonate and caught the vision of planting churches. Craig is currently the Site Pastor at East Washington University.

about the author

Brad Brisco


Brad Brisco is the Director of Bivocational Church Planting at the North American Mission Board. Brad is a published author writing books such as Missional Essentials and The Missional Quest.