About The Event

What if your fruit grows best on other people’s trees? With a holy and humble tenacity, leaders of Level 5 multiplying churches must shift from hero to hero makers, so others will become the heroes in the church’s unfolding story.

World-Class Input – Inspiring Worship – Practical Workshops.

Join us for LAUNCH 2018 – a growing community of leaders from across Europe committed to accelerating the multiplication of healthy, reproducing faith communities

WHERE

The Edge, Wigan, Greater Manchester, UK

WHEN

Monday to Wednesday
12 November to 14 November, 2018


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The Edge
Riveredge, Wigan, Greater Manchester, WN3 5AB

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Your invitation to LAUNCH

from Anthony Delaney (Ivy Network, NewThing)

In the early 1900’s, 70% of the world’s Christians lived in Europe. So much has changed! However, I and many others are convinced that world and national events are working together with what God is doing, to bring about the greatest opportunities in history for the church.

Let’s take where I live as an example: Manchester, England. Dr. Peter Brierley, the leading authority on these statistics, in his ‘UK 2010-2020’ report states that, if present rates continue (total UK membership of churches in 2015: 5,370,000) will be at 4,790,000 by 2025. However, he notes that where growth is occurring it happens “primarily because each is continuing to plant new churches.”

The business world talks about red and blue ocean strategies. In the Red Ocean there’s blood in the water as the sharks fight over a dwindling shoal. The Blue Ocean is when an organisation goes where nobody else is going, to reach people nobody else is reaching.


"Launch out into deep water and let your nets out for a catch."

In Luke 5 Jesus challenged Peter to put out from the shoreline. Sometimes it’s easier to stay safe in the shallows, where we can see and touch the bottom. We resign ourselves to where we’re at, even though it feels like we’re going nowhere. Peter had been doing everything he knew to do. Working hard, tiring himself out. Much effort, little effectiveness! He was frustrated, exhausted.

What do you do when what used to work, doesn’t work – however hard you work it?

Whenever Peter did what Jesus said, where and how he said it, the resultant catch was so great he always needed help to haul the catch, and partners to bring more boats to land it. I would love to invite you to join us at what could be a turning point event that changes the way we see, think and act with regard to church planting in Europe.

We will go to the deeper waters, get bigger nets ready, and learn how to work better together as fishers of people!