Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Mission Frontiers 39, 3 (May-June 2017)

The May-June 2017 issue of Mission Frontiers, published by the U.S. Center for World Mission, contains a number of articles on ‘The Zume Project’.

Having written about the need for ordinary Christians to start disciple-making movements, Editor Rick Wood goes on to say:

‘The Zume Project (pronounced zoo-may) is designed to help provide the initial spark of inertia to get groups started and to begin the training process. Through a web-based video curriculum, the participants in each of the new Zume groups are led through the process of hosting a meeting with all of its various elements. The video curriculum takes the place of an in-person trainer... The curriculum helps to establish the vision, values and practices that empower ordinary people to become disciple-makers and church planters one generation after another. When someone goes to www.zumeproject.com and registers a new group, a live coach is assigned to that group to help in answering questions. You will not be left on your own, but the video curriculum is meant to convey the content of the disciple-making process.’

Individual articles can be accessed from here, and the whole issue (8 MB) can be downloaded as a pdf here.

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