Loving Families. Neighbors. Cities. Nations

Visual storytelling is a powerful way to communicate with a broad audience.  This collection of visuals conveys biblical narratives and spiritual truths in a way that’s accessible.

The discipleship videos present a pathway for growing as an ambassador for Jesus in any context (neighborhood, workplace, gym, sports teams or any place or activity where people gather). The content is arranged by the seasons of mission - Entry, Plant, Grow, Harvest, and Train.  

The seasons correspond to the Four Fields of Kingdom Growth strategy developed by Nathan and Kari Shank.  Credit is also given to Chinese missionaries Ying and Grace Kai and many others who have labored to make disciples who make disciples in their unique contexts. 

The content below was either influenced by or adapted from the work of others or created through practice in the North and South American context. Together they,
  • Help diagnose our relationship with God and assist in determining a person's disciple-ability.
  • Help lead someone to Christ in a reproducible way..
  • Support group leaders in disciple-making, create a culture of multiplication, build a biblical worldview, and present comprehensive strategies in a simple way.

Intro: the Four Seasons of the harvest

Obeying Jesus, by making disciples who make disciples, calls for intentionality.

Click here to see how we can live on mission as ambassadors for Jesus in any context.
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Starting Out

How we enter unique people contexts and begin loving people well.

Click here to explore some ways to kick-start habits of taking Jesus to your neighbors, friends, or coworkers.


How we start spiritual conversations, share the Good News of Jesus, and identify the disciplable.

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How we build the habits of faith that connect people with Jesus in community.

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How we come together as a church,  multiply, and unleash new disciples and communities of faith.

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How we equip new leaders to love and serve well.

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Where is God When You Hurt - Emotions Part 1

March 9, 2022
Take a couple minutes to complete a short care check to tell us how you’re doing and how we can pray for you. We care about you, and we want to know how we can help.

Under the Influence: In God We Trust Part 2

March 9, 2022
Are you under the influence of God or culture? When we lower our guard, it’s hard to know what’s influencing us—but whatever we allow to influence us, changes us.

Can You Trust God? In God We Trust Part 1

March 9, 2022
It’s hard to trust God when you don’t understand the plan, and even harder to surrender when you’re longing for control. But in the midst of the chaos, there’s a hope you can cling to. In this message, Pastor Craig Groeschel shares two prayers you can pray that will help you build your obedience to trust God and to surrender to Him what you cannot control.

Where am I going in Life?

March 9, 2022
When you turn 18, your life feels like a giant question mark. So we started a vlog to figure out how to be an adult, how to know if your life is moving in the right direction—all the #adulting things.

What Is the Bible, and Why Does It Matter?

March 9, 2022
If you’ve ever wondered, “What is the Bible? Does it matter to my life today?” You’re not alone. In the first week of The Bible: Explained, we’re unearthing what the Bible is, what it’s not, and why it’s more powerful than you might think.

Sisters 2020: Rise Up and Stand Firm

March 9, 2022
In this timely and encouraging Sisters message from Pastor Amy Groeschel, we’ll discover how we can rise up and stand firm in our faith—no matter what trials, obstacles, or difficulties we face.