Winfield Bevins has an ebook out via Exponential on the lessons from the early Methodist movement.
Here's my endorsement:
Marks of a Movement is a concise account of the characteristics of the Methodist movement and its application for today. I’ve read a lot of material on John Wesley and the Methodists, but this eBook has some valuable surprises. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from one of the greatest movements in history.
You can download it for free via Exponential.
It's summer in Australia. I've been back for six weeks head down working on my next book. The first major draft is 99% done. We've put the English to the sword in the Ashes cricket series. Now I'm ready for two weeks camping by the beach somewhere with Michelle.
Back early February with a tan, then off to India.
From the promo:
Seventeen years ago, Ying and Grace Kai began a Great Commission adventure with the launching of T4T: Training for Trainers. A decade later, the most fruitful Church Planting Movement in history had recorded more than two million baptisms, 150 thousand new church starts and countless lives transformed into disciples of Jesus Christ.
From my review of Ying and Grace Kai's new book:
I’ve been a student of movements that multiply disciples and churches for thirty years. Ying and Grace Kai are standouts as pioneers, catalysts, trainers and strategists for church planting movements.
To meet them is to be infected by their contagious love for Jesus and their passion to reach people far from God. This book is a treasure trove of case studies, principles and practices for people who share their heart for God and the Great Commission.
UPDATE for Aussies and Kiwis: Dave Milne has copies to sell.