What do you think when you hear the word disrupted? When you’re thinking of that word it can be negative, but the reality is that the greatest movements in the church have occurred due to disruption. In today’s episode, Thom and Sam discuss many of the positive aspects of disruption within the church.
- Disruption, properly understood, can be a good thing.
- Many churches are declining and dying because they have not been disrupted.
- An older example of disruption: multi-site
- A current example of disruption: churches partnering with businesses for revenue.
- Disruption is ultimately change leadership and has to be treated as such.
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