How to Launch and Build a Gospel Saturation Movement in Your City or Geography

November 7, 2016

We all want to see a movement happen in our city or geography. The reality is movements don’t happen by a singular church, organization or individual. Movements are driven by collaboration and catalyzed by Kingdom-minded leaders. In this workshop, we will discuss 7 essentials to building a thriving collaborative city movement focused on saturating your city with the Gospel. We will look at where to start, how to build a catalytic team, the difference between being church plant-centric and city-centric, understanding the “3rd dimension of your city,” as well as other critical factors to successful city movements and planting churches in your city. The goal of this workshop is to provide the tools and knowledge necessary to catalyze or strengthen a gospel saturation movement in your city or unique geography.

How to Launch and Build a Gospel Saturation Movement in Your City or Geography – Chris Lagerlof
Chris Lagerlof

Chris Lagerlof

Chris Lagerlof currently serves as the chief catalyst for Mission Orange County, which exists to mobilize and multiply churches in Orange County to collaborate within their cities to impact every man, woman and child with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Chris is also a senior leadership associate with Slingshot Group, where he is relentlessly focused on helping Kingdom-minded leaders and organizations thrive. Chris is a strategic thinker, project specialist and experienced leader. His passion is to help leaders and churches move forward by maximizing their focus, clarity and performance. Chris worked for 17 years as a pastor and champion of several ministries at Mariners Church in Irvine, California. He lives in Irvine with his wife Kristen and their two daughters Tessa and Mandy. Chris likes to golf, cook, snowboard, travel and tailgate with his family and friends at UCLA football games.
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