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- 90% of Americans living in metro areas are unchurched.
- Of that 90%, 40% still see the validity of the church, and 60% see no validity for the organized church*.
- That means in a city of 1 million people, 540,000 will not attend a church.
We make disciples who make disciples.
Who are we called to?
- People who tend to think and see things unconventionally.
- People who tend to resist the institutional for the more organic
- People who generally tend to be part of the blue ocean of the 60%, which are church-averse, and are unlikely to walk into a church.
- People who aren't aware that the Gospel is actually Good News, either because they've never heard or they've been disillusioned.
- People who, because of, and through their creativity, are influencing culture.
- Where once art reflected life, life now reflects art.
- We are reaching into an under-reached & under-served subculture.
- This is a subculture that is influencing mainstream culture and tomorrow's consciousness.
These are people that need to hear the Good News!
- We believe Jesus' approach to making disciples is the best.
- So what was Jesus' approach?
- Jesus made disciples by applying supernatural principles in the natural context of walking life with them.
- Relational Discipleship.
* "On the Verge" by A. Hirsch and D. Ferguson
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