On this Ephesiology Podcast, we’re joined by Dr. Warrick Farah. He recently edited a breakthrough compendium of the latest research on church planting movements and disciple making movements. From the books’s description on Amazon: Warrick Farah has expertly synthesized an extensive conversation between mission practitioners, scholars, and seasoned movement leaders from around the world. The resulting in-depth analysis of movements provides a multi-disciplinary academic investigation of an emerging “movements missiology,” highlighting the importance of theology, social sciences, ethnology and anthropology, communications theory, leadership theory, and statistical analysis. Motus Dei locates the current Church Planting Movement (CPM) phenomenon within modern history, while tracing its roots back to the first century, and articulates a missiological description of the dynamics of Disciple Making Movements (DMMs) in Asia, Africa, and diaspora contexts in the Global North.
To comment on this episode and future episodes, be sure to login.
Find out more about Motus Dei
Find Warrick’s book, Motus Dei: The Movement of God to Disciple the Nations, at Amazon.
Learn more about the Foundations for a Missiology of Movements
Find Us On:
Search “Ephesiology” on your preferred podcast app or click on one of our official podcast streaming services below.
Are you enjoying the Ephesiology Podcast?
Go deeper with a monthly subscription to Ephesiology Master Classes. Our master classes offer a wide range of topics for those desirous of engaging culture with the gospel, growing deeply in their own theological understanding, and addressing issues of biblical justice. A monthly subscription entitles you to our library of resources developed by leading experts in the fields of theology, missions, and movements.
You must log in to post a comment.