Hi everyone. As per discussion, this site is moving to a focus on events and basic training. Therefore, we are moving many of the resources that have been resident on this page to our advanced training and community site, www.50-5-50.org. Please connect with us as we move toward generational movement here in the United States and North America.
I am hearing about another free training in the Cincinnati area. Coming on November 14-16, in Harrison, Ohio. Doing the training will be Zack Woolwine, a missionary in the South Pacific, trained in T4T by Steve Addison’s Move Network. They have been training and using T4T in Tonga, Fiji, Tahiti, Australia, and here in the USA. Many people have been coming to Christ and are continuing in the use of T4T through the forming of groups. For more information, please contact Zach Woolwine, email@example.com.
I am pleased to announce, with short notice, a Saturday November 1 T4T basic training in Auburn Washington, about 20 miles south of Seattle. This training is open to all interested parties in the area. It will be an all day training with fellowship dinner to follow. To find out more about this training, you may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Zach Eckblad, Michael.email@example.com.
We are winding down for this year on events. Do you know of any public training events that are not currently showing on the site? Please let us know. Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to our second Monday movies post. Chuck Wood II has some good experience in starting and building T4T movements. Listen as he describes the overall timeline involved in the discipling process.
Many of us have spent a number years seeking for a way to follow Christ’s commands in a Biblical way. I know that for me it was only when I sought God’s answer to my question rather than what tradition was teaching me to do that I found an answer that met these criteria. Listen as Jonathan Ammon talks about how he found the T4T process and how it applies to the work of the Great Commission.
Do you have a story about how you came to find and use T4T? Please share with us how this happened. Send me the information at: email@example.com
Thank you Chuck Wood for sharing this on your website. A good word from one of the foundational thinkers in our movement!
Enjoy. Let me know what you think about the addition of weekly thoughts to the website at: firstname.lastname@example.org