David Broodryk

138-Teams Multiplying Movements

David Broodryk

David Broodryk

We hear from David Broodryk and Johan Visser on the role of teams in multiplying movements.

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Lesson #7. They multiplied workers

The seventh and last lesson on how to help an existing church fuel disciple making movements. For the background you’ll need to listen to my interview with David Broodryk.

Lesson #7. They multiplied workers

Once the change was locked in at Lighthouse, Broodryk re-engineered his contribution as a movement catalyst. He passed responsibility for introducing disciple making movements throughout Cape Town to Snyman. Snyman became the movement catalyst for Cape Town, through his leadership of Lighthouse and his training and mentoring of other church leaders. Broodryk had helped him catch a vision for reaching his city — a vision that was greater than the ministry of any one church.

UPDATE; Interview with Peter Snyman.

Lesson #7. They multiplied workers

The seventh and last lesson on how to help an existing church fuel disciple making movements. For the background you’ll need to listen to my interview with David Broodryk.

Lesson #7. They multiplied workers

Once the change was locked in at Lighthouse, Broodryk re-engineered his contribution as a movement catalyst. He passed responsibility for introducing disciple making movements throughout Cape Town to Snyman. Snyman became the movement catalyst for Cape Town, through his leadership of Lighthouse and his training and mentoring of other church leaders. Broodryk had helped him catch a vision for reaching his city — a vision that was greater than the ministry of any one church.

UPDATE; Interview with Peter Snyman.

Lesson #6. They built momentum

The sixth lesson on how to help an existing church fuel disciple making movements.

For the background you’ll need to listen to my interview with David Broodryk.

Lesson #6. They built momentum

Turning a church of 3-4,000 people around takes time and time erodes vision. To build momentum vision had to be validated by action. Snyman and his teams gathered stories of people who were far from God becoming disciples of Jesus. This kept everyone motivated during the long haul of transition.

People could buy in at their level of readiness and availability. Not everyone accepted the new direction. Not everyone was ready to go into the community and make disciples. But Snyman was determined not to generate opposition and division by expecting everyone to come on board at the same pace and level of commitment.

Lastly, Lesson #7. They multiplied workers

Lesson #6. They built momentum

The sixth lesson on how to help an existing church fuel disciple making movements.

For the background you’ll need to listen to my interview with David Broodryk.

Lesson #6. They built momentum

Turning a church of 3-4,000 people around takes time and time erodes vision. To build momentum vision had to be validated by action. Snyman and his teams gathered stories of people who were far from God becoming disciples of Jesus. This kept everyone motivated during the long haul of transition.

People could buy in at their level of readiness and availability. Not everyone accepted the new direction. Not everyone was ready to go into the community and make disciples. But Snyman was determined not to generate opposition and division by expecting everyone to come on board at the same pace and level of commitment.

Lastly, Lesson #7. They multiplied workers