Raising Up Robust Kingdom Workers: Creating a Pathway for New Believers to Become Effective Disciple-Makers

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Featuring Kurt Sauder and Eric Schansberg

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Monday, May 10 at 11:00 a.m. ET

Webinar — Raising Up Robust Kingdom Workers: Creating a Pathway for New Believers to Become Effective Disciple-Makers

Kurt and Eric will talk about the opportunity to empower laypeople, to become mature Christ-followers, to equip God’s people for works of service, and to fulfill the Great Commission.

Kurt and Eric have been doing ministry together for 20 years. They are the co-authors of two curricula for training disciple-makers and layleaders (Thoroughly Equipped and Getting Equipped) and two books on making disciple-makers (Enough Horses in the Barn and Roll Up Your Sleeves).

Featured Guests

Kurt Sauder

President of Further Still Ministries

Eric Schansberg

Professor of Economics at Indiana University Southeast

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Featured Guests

Kurt Sauder

Kurt Sauder is president of Further Still Ministries, which seeks to encourage and lead people to lives of depth and influence. Kurt has been in pastoral ministry with the local church since 1991. Before stepping into full-time parachurch ministry, he was the first-time, long-time Men's Minister at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY-- and then, the lead pastor at their Crestwood campus.

Eric Schansberg

Eric Schansberg is Professor of Economics at Indiana University Southeast. Eric is the author of two books on public policy, a light commentary on Joshua (Inheriting Our Promised Land), and a Bible reading plan for people who are new to the Scriptures or have not yet gotten into the great Word of God (The Word Diet: Reading One Chapter per Day for a Year Understand the Arc of the Bible).

Larry Walkemeyer

Larry Walkemeyer grew up as a Kansas farm boy but responded to God's call to urban Long Beach, Ca. Since taking the leadership of a dying "anglo" church in 1991, Larry has led "Light & Life" to be a multi-ethnic and missional church that serves as a model for churches across America. The church has started dozens of churches in the US and internationally.

Larry also serves as the Director of Equipping and Spiritual Engagement for the largest church planting resourcing ministry in the world - Exponential (exponential.org).

Larry has authored or co-authored 10 books and is a frequent conference speaker in church and business settings.

Larry holds a Doctorate from Azusa Pacific University and is the recipient of the Centennial Award recognizing him as one of the most influential students in 100 years of Azusa's history. Currently he serves on the Board of Trustees for APU.

Married in 1978, Larry's wife, Deb holds a doctorate in church leadership from Fuller Seminary and is an expert in Missional Leadership. Together they enjoy snow and water skiing, biking, long beach walks, traveling, and hanging out with their family.


Bill Couchenour

Bill serves as Director of Learning Communities at Exponential. He primarily serves network and denominational leaders. He also provides strategic and operational oversight of Exponential’s R&D and expanding educational opportunities.

Keri Ladouceur

Keri Ladouceur has built several ministries over the last 14 years including two of Outreach Magazine's fastest growing churches in America.

She also invested a decade in senior leadership at Willow Creek Community Church, most recently building their leadership pipeline after launching over ninety missional communities. She is currently serving as a pastor at Vineyard Christian Church and the founder of New Ground Network. She and her team co-conspire with pastors and ministry teams across the country in Vision Conviction, Strategic Planning, Alignment, Team Health, Leadership Residency and Equipping so that they can pursue new opportunities for Kingdom Impact. Her passion is to see the local church thrive in each unique context and expression, to partner with God in the redemption and restoration of the world.

Keri is married to Marc and they have two incredible kiddos, Leah and Liam.

We are better together!

“I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one—I in them and you in me—so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.”
John 17:22-23

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