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The Mobilization Flywheel contains a powerful new framework which every Christian and church needs to implement in their lives and ministries. Larry Walkemeyer and Todd Wilson reveal the kind of church that will empower believers to become everyday missionaries where they live, work, and play.
The authors describe how every believer can live a fully mobilized life as they serve in the sweet spot of their calling. They assert that most believers can start gatherings, and many of these gatherings can become new churches.
Today churches want to make a greater kingdom impact. Believers are longing to live out their kingdom calling. Our culture is waiting for new expressions of the church. This resource offers a model for moving forward, a model which can create ever-increasing momentum for the multiplication of the church. It's called the mobilization flywheel.
Identify the mobilization starting point, so you can better…
Engage this resource on a personal level through the authors' discussion questions. They help you process how you can mobilize those around you to increase your impact. Gain clarity on common friction points (called flywheel "drags") and ways to increase mobilization (called flywheel "aids"). Plus, learn how to articulate your "minimum ecclesiology" so that you can set believers, groups, and churches into mobilization overdrive.
The wheel has started turning. Are you ready?
LARRY WALKEMEYER is Lead Pastor of Light & Life Church in Long Beach, California, which is a multi-ethnic church-planting church. He also serves as Director of Equipping and Spiritual Engagement for Exponential.
TODD WILSON is Co-founder and CEO of Exponential. Todd is engaged in leading-edge initiatives to help catalyze movements of healthy, multiplying churches and has written multiple books with that aim.
The Mobilization Flywheel
by Larry Walkemeyer and Todd Wilson
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