Making Disciples in a Disrupted World


Atlanta, USA (ANS) – What now? What next? Responding to the issues that Covid-19 has plunged the church into globally, Atlanta-based ministry Living on the Edge and Pastor Chip Ingram explores these two important questions in a new webinar series, Making Disciples in a Disrupted World.

The world stopped and the church globally went digital. Living on the Edge reports that during 2020, Pastor Chip Ingram was invited by senior church leadership in Egypt and India to bring pastoral encouragement and training to leaders navigating the pandemic. Two teaching series were distributed, The A.R.T. of Survival and Experiencing Gods Power and Presence.

Through 6 web events, 5,000 leaders on every continent joined Pastor Chip Ingram and guests. Partnerships with OneHope, RightNow Media and YouVersion were developed. A specially designed YouVersion reading plan was developed and by December 2020, more than 50,000 people had gone through the plans.  Also, The A.R.T of Survival was broadcast on several TV networks around the World and Experiencing God’s Power and Presence is now available in 17 languages.

Making Disciples in a Disrupted World will launch globally March 25th at 2pm GMT. This has been designed for pastors, ministry leaders and church staff. An exciting line up of artists have come together to support Pastor Chip Ingram: Sinach, Matt Maher, Nicole C. Mullen, Michael W. Smith, Don Moen and Martin Smith.

Global church leaders will be interviewed and will add their valuable insights on the message themes as Pastor Chip calls the church back to focusing on the centrality of Christ in all things. These leaders include: Dr Peter Tanchi, CCF Manila; Don Stephen’s, Mercy Ships; Bishop Philip Kitoto, Kenya Assemblies of God; Rev. Abner Adorno, Viva Church; Rev. Anand  Mahadevan, New City Church; Loren Cunningham, YWAM.

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