Episode 41: Stories of Everyday People in Asia Who Are Leading Disciple-Making Movements

Gina’s guest is Steve Bruns who leads a 3DM-like network of missional church movements from his home base in Norway called Agenda1. Agenda1 is a relational network of churches on a journey together to build missional churches that transform cultures by making disciples who make disciples in the power of the Holy Spirit. Sounds familiar, huh?!

Under Steve’s leadership, Agenda1 currently has fourteen Learning Communities in Norway with around 130 groups representing 80 churches from many denominations. And, they’ve also spread their disciple-making influence to churches in Myanmar, the Philippines, Nepal, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Taiwan, Japan, Finland, several countries in Africa, Cuba and even the United States!

Steve is here to share some amazing stories of how God is at work raising up everyday people in Asia to be disciples who make disciples, and he has a few important words for us here in North America about the things he’s learned from the explosive missional movements he’s a part of worldwide.

Find out more about 3DM at: https://www.3dmovements.com/


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