City Movements Resource Kit


City Movements Resource Kit



The City Movements Resource Kit is designed to assist leaders in creating multiplication movements in their city. Learn from network leaders that have “been there and done that” and are sharing what they’ve learned in the process.

Topics and Resources Include:

  • Unifying your city
  • Collaborating with other churches
  • Saturating your city with the gospel
  • Starting a disciple-making movement
  • Domains of society
  • Audio training resources
  • 2 eBooks

Featured Leaders in this Resource Kit

Bob RobertsDr. Bob Roberts, Jr. is founding/Sr. Pastor of NorthWood Church, Ft. Worth, TX. NorthWood has started over 200 churches in the US and a center for training new pastors. Bob is a leading practitioner and writer on Glocal transformation of individuals, religious communities, NGOs, cities and global engagement, having worked extensively with the UN and various State Departments globally. His multi-faith work, My Neighbors Keeper, has impacted 15 cities and 168 congregations that represents 500,000 people. He is a nationally and internationally recognized speaker and author of books includingTransformation, Glocalization, Real-Tim Connections, and Bold as Love. Bob is married to Nikki and they have two children and three grandchildren.

Mike LeeMike Lee is the founding and lead pastor of Hope Community Church in the Raleigh, North Carolina area. He has been teaching the Bible for over 35 years in a dynamic, relevant and insightful way. His desire is that people come to know and love Jesus and be renewed in their minds through God’s word. He and his wife, Laura, have 2 sons, two daughters-in-law and seven grandchildren.

Janet McMahonJanet McMahon and her husband Troy are the founding pastors of Restore Community Church, a multi-site church in Kansas City. Through its focus on developing and sending leaders, Restore has been a part of planting over 40 churches and invested over a million dollars in Church planting.

Will Plitt serves as the Executive Director for Christ Together. They are committed to mobilizing The Church in cities across North America for the completion of the Great Commission. The network serves to bring churches, networks, and denominations in a city together for the shared outcome of saturating their geography with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Will has a deep love for multiplying disciples, leaders, and new churches that reach and transform cities and communities. He and his family live in Winston-Salem, NC.

Chris LagerlofChris Lagerlof 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. Chris and his team at Slingshot leverage their relationships and experience to deliver expert staffing and coaching focused on helping churches find clarity at the senior leadership and multisite level. Chris lives in Irvine with his two daughters, Tessa and Mandy. Chris likes to golf, cook, snowboard, travel and tailgate with his family and friends at UCLA football games.

Tim Hawks

Tim Hawks is Lead Pastor at Hill Country Bible Church Austin in Austin, Texas. He planted and pastored a church in Ruston, LA, before coming to Hill Country in 1989. Tim’s passion for church planting grew as he saw the need for more spiritually vibrant, missionally minded churches in the Austin area. Since 1996, the Association of Hill Country Churches has planted 27 churches throughout Greater Austin.

Tim is dedicated to partnering with like-minded churches to saturate the city with the gospel of Jesus Christ. By meeting monthly with area pastors and building relationships with other organizations that have a heart for the people of Austin, he has been instrumental in shaping a unified strategy for reaching the city.

He also serves as a member of the directional team for Christ Together, a national network that exists to inspire, galvanize, connect, resource and support the Church in America to communicate and demonstrate the good news of Jesus Christ to almost 315 million Americans.

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