A historic wind is blowing through the house of Islam

Mission Frointiers

The latest Mission Frontiers. Available online. It's free.


  • God is Doing Something Historic - David Garrison
  • Why Are Muslims Coming to Jesus Like Never Before? - Robby Butler
  • Start a Disciple-Making Movement Among Your Muslim Neighbors - Paul Bartlett, Robby Butler 
  • Any-3: Lead Muslims to Christ Now! - Mike Shipman
  • Guide Muslims to the Bible - AJ Hague
  • A Novice’s Guide to Fielding Common Muslim Objections - Shane Bennett
  • Kingdom Kernels: CPM Essentials On a Napkin - Steve Smith

047-Reaching America, Reaching the nations — Jeff Sundell

Jeff Sundell (left) and Ray Vaughn

Jeff Sundell (left) and Ray Vaughn

What will it take to multiply disciples across United States? Jeff Sundell shares his vision for reaching America and beyond. This is the last in a series of podcasts recorded at a Community of Practice in Sydney, April 2013. Unfortunately we lost the last ten minutes of the recording.

046-Leaders who multiply — Jeff Sundell

Are you a leader who wants to multiply disciples and churches? What does your job description look like? What do you do every day to become a catalyst for a church planting movement? This is number 5 in a series of six podcasts recorded at a Community of Practice with Jeff Sundell in April 2013.

Jeff talks about leaders who multiply movements. Jeff refers to the handout: Effective SC Core Competencies. The term "Strategy Co-ordinator" refers to a movement leader.

045-Forming churches with new disciples - Jeff Sundell

How do we help new disciples form healthy churches? Jeff Sundell discusses church formation at a Community of Practice held in Sydney, April 2013. Apologies for the audio quality.

040-Scattering to Gather [podcast]

(L to R) Clint, Jeff, Neil and Dean.

(L to R) Clint, Jeff, Neil and Dean.

I'm enjoying the beauty of autumn in North Carolina with Jeff Sundell. Learning from him and the people he's trained and mobilised to connect with people, share the gospel, train disciples and form church in the community.

This interview was recorded in South Carolina with Neil, Dean and Clint. They've been prayer walking an old mill town that has seen better days. The mills have gone. So have the jobs. People have left. Others have moved in to take advantage of the low cost of housing.

We hear how their time in the community went. Who they met. We also get to know the waitress serving the meal. They've been praying for her and her family. There's a nice twist at the end.

In the follow up interview we'll talk to Neil Perry, lead pastor at Element church about how their scattering into the community is changing how they gather as a church.