Winfield Bevins on Marks of a Movement

January 26, 2018


Editor’s Note:  Winfield Bevins, Director of Church Planting at Asbury Seminary, is a long time friend of Exponential and will be speaking at the 2018 Exponential Conference. Winfield and over 175 other national speakers will be part of Exponential 2018. With 40 tracks, 200+ workshops, and 1,000s of other like-minded leaders, you won’t want to miss it – register here

Winfield recently completed an Exponential ebook Marks of a Movement: What the Church Today can Learn from the Wesleyan Revival. You can download the FREE ebook by clicking the button below.

What would a multiplication movement look like in the West? There is no better example of church multiplication than the Wesleyan revival, which grew exponentially in the early years. The movement started with only a handful of people in the 1700s and grew into a movement that reached thousands of people and established hundreds of societies in England and the United States. From 1850 to 1905, American Methodism averaged planting more than seven hundred churches per year. Do the math! Below, Winfield Bevins goes deeper into these themes that he explores in Marks of a Movement.



Part 1: 10 Key Hallmarks from the Wesleyan Revival


Part 2: Recovering the Apostolic DNA of the Early Church


Part 3: Ways in Which Movements Create Process to Multiply Disciples


Part 4: Making a Movement that Lasts

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