If the first century disciples approached disciple making and church planting with the complexity we have in the West, the gospel would have never left the Middle East.
We want reach the world with the extraordinary working through complexity. But what if the way to reach the nations is not through such means? What if in our Father’s economy the primary way to accomplish the extraordinary is through the simple and ordinary?
In this episode of Strike the Match, I talk about these matters and that the complexity in the Kingdom is found in the King, not His commands. The extraordinary is found in the King, not His followers’ intellect, leadership capacity, experience, degrees, or charisma.
The ordinary once turned the world upside down (Acts 17:6). The ordinary was responsible for the Word of the Lord going forth everywhere (1 Thes 1:8). Maybe we need to consider revising our understanding of what is necessary for the multiplication of healthy disciples, leaders, and churches. Check out this episode and let me know what you think.
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