Leadership that Releases Movement | Full Series Bundle


We want to see a movement of disciples that saturate our cities with the gospel. We want to see new churches born and old churches reborn around the mission of the church. But, what does it look like to lead a movement like that? What is the work of a leader to foster and cultivate a movement?

“Leadership that Releases Movement” is a six part series that explores what it looks like to cast vision and do the ongoing work required to support a decentralized movement of disciple making. Join David Achata, director of coaching for Saturate, as he interviews some of the top practitioners on the work of a leader: Todd Engstrom, Jeff Vanderstelt, Pete Scazzero, and many more.

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Episode 1: The Work of a Leader
What is Apostolic Leadership? Jeff Vanderstelt & Todd Engstrom help us understand how we need leaders who will bridge the gap between the reality of God vs. where most people really live. The work of a leader is to define reality, the ongoing work is what we do to get there.

Episode 2: The Work of Assessing Movement
How do you know if you are making traction on your vision? Duke Revard & Jared Pickney discuss how we discover and assess what God has given us each in the people of our churches. But once we’ve released people to work out their calling, how do we call them back to see how it went, and the course-correct?

Episode 3: The Work of Leader Care
Is it possible to be spiritually mature, but be emotionally immature? Pete Scazzero helps us understand emotionally healthy discipleship and how leading a church on mission doesn’t mean we neglect the care of ourselves and those we lead. On the contrary, being a healthy person is the best thing you can do for your church.

Episode 4: The Work of Soul Care
Is the missional life sustainable to the soul? Abe Meysenburg thinks it is, or else Jesus wouldn’t have commissioned his disciples. With this in mind, Abe unpacks how to equip every member in every church to care well for one another.

Episode 5: The Work of Training for Movement
Good training is more than teaching and talking. John Thomas and Todd Morr discuss how people learn, change and implement what they’ve heard in a way that lasts, makes an impact, and makes disciples.

Episode 6: The Work of Coaching Movement
How do people learn without being taught? Keith Webb and Jordan Elder share the power of non-directive coaching and how to implement a coaching culture in your church. Learn how to release God’s people without ever telling anyone what to do.


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