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Exponential Round Table – Birmingham & Black Country

How you can lead people to Christ, disciple them and be a part of starting new churches. Birmingham, Black Country, Solihull, Coventry, West Midlands.

Imagine sitting around tables with others from your town/area/city, listening to teaching on how you can lead people to Christ, disciple them and be a part of starting new churches.

Thousands of people in Europe are doing this today. Listen to their story, get inspired and be challenged to take your next step. Join us as we TOGETHER – equip to multiply.

Big Idea: We have long understood and put effort towards the Great Commission (Matthew 28), which is the challenge to “Go.” More recently we have acknowledged we must also obey the Great Commandment (Mark 12) to “Love.” But the missing part that makes up the mission of Jesus is the third great, the Great Collaboration (John 17) – that we must do this “Together.”

For us to see a movement that will accomplish the mission of Jesus we must do what Jesus asked us to do: we are to MAKE DISCIPLES … and LOVE … but TOGETHER!

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Other European Cities here: https://exponential.eu/roundtables-together/



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