Our Disciple Making Movement Specialist interviews Chris Galanos, Founding and Lead Pastor of Experience Life Church in Lubbock, Texas.
In this interview, Chris shares his team’s journey toward the vision of seeing a million people become obedient disciples of Jesus in their corner of Texas and how disciple making movements have shaped that process*.
- An Intro to Disciple Making Movements – Multiply Vineyard eBook
- From Megachurch to Multiplication: A Church’s Journey Toward Movement by Chris Galanos
- Church Planting Movements: How God Is Redeeming A Lost World by David Garrison
- The Great Evangelical Recession: 6 Factors That Will Crash The American Church….And How To Prepare by John S. Dickerson
- Miraculous Movements by Jerry Trousdale
- Spent Matches: Igniting the Signal Fire for the Spiritually Dissatisfied by Roy Moran
- The Kingdom Unleashed: How Jesus’ 1st-Century Kingdom Values Are Transforming Thousands of Cultures and Awakening His Church by Jerry Trousdale
- How to Run Discovery Groups Multiply Vineyard Guide
- The 10 Stories of Hope
- Email David Hinman, Disciple Making Movement Specialist
*This conversation was recorded pre-COVID 19.
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