This is not another methodology or attempt to re-contextualize the Christianity. Rather, it is a journey from the launch of the church in Ephesus as it became a movement grounded in God’s mission and led by those who multiplied generations of Christ-followers.

The Ephesiology Movement Workshop focuses on you and your team as missiological theologians who successfully connect Jesus’s story with the cultural context and narrative of the people in your community. You’ll discover how to relate the God of all creation to a people who seek him in vain and how effective engagement can result in transforming the religious, intellectual, economic, and social fabrics of a community. 

The Ephesiology Movement Workshop offers a comprehensive view of the redemptive movement of the Holy Spirit in Ephesus and compels us to ask the question: How can we effectively connect Christ to our culture? Through this study of a movement, you’ll discover how the Holy-Spirit still changes lives, cities, and the world. 

This is the story of Paul’s missiological theology situated in the grand narrative of God’s mission. It rocked the world of his time, and it can rock our world as well.

From Ephesiology: The Study of the Ephesian Movement

What to Expect

This workshop is especially designed to help church leaders discover God’s will and join with Him as co-laborers on His mission in their community and in the world. The workshop will accomplish the following objectives:

  1. Discover how the early church in Ephesus successfully focused on doing God’s will.
  2. Develop skills to effectively engage their community with the gospel.
  3. Acquire strategies to multiply disciples.
  4. Strengthen abilities to apply God’s word in your life and the life of your church.
  5. Grow in passion for God’s movement in your community and around world.

While doing theology in community, workshop participants discover how to:

  1. Effectively articulate God’s mission in their community and the church’s role in it.
  2. Use biblical principles of dialogue, observation, and history to identify their community’s story.
  3. Connect God’s story to the community’s story.
  4. Develop a gospel presentation to uniquely communicate God’s story and make more disciples of Jesus Christ.
  5. Participate in God’s mission of more people worshiping Him in their community and around the world.
  6. Lead a church and leadership board in developing a Movement Action Plan focused on the engagement of their community.

By focusing on discovery learning, the workshop will have a lasting impact on participants as they uncover biblical principles through the story of the church in Ephesus and apply them in their plan to mature disciples and multiple followers of Christ in their community. 

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