This is one portion of the Movement Resources listed on this site.
A variety of additional movement streams have developed around the world, each with their own distinctives. The following materials represent additional insights shaping efforts to launch movements everywhere. Several of these authors extended their endorsements for Stubborn Perseverance, and some provided valuable input.
Steve Addison has published a series of foundational books on movements and their global impact. He ha also produced a long series of blog posts, podcasts and video interviews of a wide variety of practitioners:
Victor Choudhrie coaches one of the largest networks of movements in the world, mostly in India (which contains 20% of the world’s population and about 50% of the world’s unreached and frontier people groups (by count and population):
Mike Shipman observed a post-Pentecost shift in evangelism strategy:
– from gradual pre-Pentecost revelation to the disciples of who Jesus was
– to post-Pentecost presentation of the gospel in first encounters throughout Acts and following.
Mike first demonstrated the value of this insight in working with Muslims, and then distilled the universal principle of abiding and bearing fruit:
Roy Moran, Doug Lucas, Chris Galanos and Mary Schaller are practitioners who write from their experience applying biblical movement principles in the U.S. and elsewhere:
How to Start a Q Place by Mary Schaller (2008, 2016)
From Megachurch to Multiplication: A Church’s Journey Toward Movement by Chris Galanos (2018)
- Chris’ pioneering work is featured in the Jan 2020 issue of Mission Frontiers.
More Disciples by Doug Lucas (2019)