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The More Disciples Podcast
S3 Episode 9: State of the Multiplication – Part 1
S3 Episode 8: No Movement Without Prayer
S3 Episode 6: Making Disciples who Hear, Obey, and Share
S3 Episode 5: Media to Movement
S3 Episode 4: Covenant and Collaboration
S3 Episode 3: Good is the Enemy of Great
S3 Episode 2: Whatever it Takes – Whatever it Costs
S3 Episode 1: What’s the Measure of a Mature Church?
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The More Disciples Podcast features four hosts from four different organizations, along with a new special guest each week. To truly make More Disciples and reach the entire world with the gospel, the Church must act in unity. This podcast isn’t about any organizational agenda. We’re only about multiplying disciples and equipping others to do the same.
Sitting on the floor one evening with their young daughter and with a son on the way, John and Kathy reflected on how they had built the “perfect life.” Shortly thereafter, John was blindsided by a question that he read in a book. The question that pierced John’s heart was this:
Are you living a little life in your own little world,
or are you willing to live a BIGLIFE,
a life with a big impact for the Kingdom of God?
John began to struggle with realization that his perfect little life was perfectly shallow.
After wrestling with God, John walked away from his business to join God where He was already working. A ministry called Biglife was started. Biglife now serves in over 130 countries, reaching millions of people with the Gospel message in some of the darkest strongholds on earth. Through life-on-life discipleship, living a life with a big Kingdom impact is the core of everything we do and the heartbeat of who we are.