Building and Leading a Movement

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June 01, 2012

Building and Leading a Movement

Dave Ferguson speaking about building and leading a movement.

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June 01, 2012
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    Building and Leading Movements “…there is no single defining action,

    no grand program, no one killer innovation, no solitary lucky break, no miracle moment…Rather it is like turning a giant, heavy flywheel. Pushing with great effort - days, weeks and months of work…then at some point - breakthrough! The flywheel flies forward with almost unstoppable momentum…” -Jim Collins, Good To Great
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    Building and Leading Movements LEARNING: A movement needs both a

    long-term dream and short-term specific vision. #1 – Big Dream & Vivid Vision
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    Building and Leading Movements • Affirm calling of movement makers

    • Create structure for movement makers #2 – Movement Makers
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    Building and Leading Movements • Affirm calling of movement makers

    • Create structure for movement makers • Give permission to movement makers #2 – Movement Makers
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    Building and Leading Movements “I can find no situation where

    the church has significantly extended the mission of God, let alone where the church achieved rapid metabolic growth, where apostolic leadership cannot be found in some form. In fact, the more significant the mission impact, the easier it is to discern this mode of leadership.” #2 – Movement Makers
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    Building and Leading Movements LEARNING: Recruit, deploy and equip movement-makers

    and not just church planters. #2 – Movement Makers
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    Building and Leading Movements • Monthly one-on-one with Network Leader

    • Monthly network call • 2x a year NewThing Gatherings #3 – Relational Rhythms
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    Building and Leading Movements LEARNING: Small spans of care are

    cost- effective and reproducible. #3 – Relational Rhythms
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    Building and Leading Movements LEARNING: Friendship and fun are signs

    of a healthy culture and cost-effective movement. #3 – Relational Rhythms
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    Building and Leading Movements “Thus, St. Paul seems to have

    left his newly founded churches with a simple system of gospel teaching, two sacraments, a tradition of the main facts of the death and resurrection… This seems to us remarkably little…” -Roland Allen, Spontaneous Expansion of the Church
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    Building and Leading Movements LEARNING: Simple is reproducible. Keep it

    simple enough to write out on a back of a napkin. #4 – Simple Systems
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    Building and Leading Movements “First, a church planting movement reproduces

    rapidly. Within a very short time, newly planted churches are already starting new churches that follow the same pattern of rapid reproduction… Movements always outstrip the population growth rate as they race toward reaching the entire people group.” -David Garrison, Church Planting Movements
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    Building and Leading Movements LEARNING: Apprenticeship (reproduction) at every level

    is what makes a movement, move! #5 – Rapid Reproduction
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    Building and Leading Movements “…there is no single defining action,

    no grand program, no one killer innovation, no solitary lucky break, no miracle moment…Rather it is like turning a giant, heavy flywheel. Pushing with great effort - days, weeks and months of work…then at some point - breakthrough! The flywheel flies forward with almost unstoppable momentum…” -Jim Collins, Good To Great