Oops! I didn’t transfer the link in my last email. Sigh. Fallibility strikes again. In case you missed the 10 year celebration video for Student Church Movements, here it is.. You’re part of it! Hope you enjoy…. https://vimeo.com/244958361 Gratefully, Erik Fish
10 years ago, Jen and I endeavored to start something that, at the time, seemed like a novel concept – grow a movement more than a ministry. Starting on college campuses and not knowing a better term, I simply called it “Student Church Movements”. I was convinced the way of Jesus could grow more like […]
Pocket Disciple, a guide for creating Spanish discipleship movements, is now available! Pocket Disciple is a simple and effective tool for following up new believers. Use it to create a multiplying movement of Jesus followers in your city!
The house is full of young people from USC. The atmosphere is energetic with laughter, connecting, and spiritual discussions over a meal. After dinner, my friend Wes announces, “Time for the Jesus story discussion!” Everyone gathers in the living room. Ben and Justin take turns singing a couple songs. Ben says, “One of our ways of […]
My recent visit to Bryan and Sierra in Montana left me misty-eyed and in awe. They gave me permission to share their story. Keep reading — you’ll be amazed what happens at the end.
I believe Jesus created the Church to be a viral movement transforming cities and nations. Followers of Jesus seek to emulate his example. He is the greatest movement founder in history. Jesus started a movement with 12 people and a handful of other men and women that 2,000 years later still multiplies. It will one day reach every nation […]
Josiah lived in 27 houses before 9th grade. He was looking for Love. Watch him tell his powerful story.
I recently joined my friend, Ray Hilbert, at America’s Best Hope, an initiative to call for a movement of disciple makers. Here’s the interview I did with Clark Kellogg at the event.
Discipleship in the marketplace is on God’s heart. This business owner is discipling his entire business.
Fall 2000 I sat in the small living room of the student residence hall. It was dark and dingy, smelling slightly like a paradoxical mix of locker rooms and A and F Cologne. I’d met a student athlete in the parking lot and we were now here in his room. I’d had the chance […]