Recalibrate: Forgotten paradigms at the heart of the future church

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Episode 2 — Recalibrate: Forgotten paradigms at the heart of the future church

How do we navigate the many challenges we face in order to be the missional church God has called us to be. Unfortunately, the answers presented are often quick fixes: 5-steps, a new program, new material, or new practices. Alone, these solutions are not bad; however, when solving our “church” challenges they are short term, acute in nature, and leave the underlying issues untouched. What we really need is a recalibration in our paradigms and not just shift in our practices.

This webinar will revisit forgotten paradigms so we can better be the church now and in the future.

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Brian Sanders

Founder of the Underground Network

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Featured Guests

Brian Sanders

As a serial entrepreneur, Brian has helped to start hundreds of missional enterprises, including churches, nonprofits, and businesses all over the world. Most notably, Brian is the founder and former Executive Director of the Underground Network; an international coalition of churches united by the prophetic call to love the poor, reach the lost and seek biblical justice. Based in Tampa, the Underground now has movement hubs in 17 cities and 7 countries.

Brian holds degrees in Communication (BA, University of Florida), Religion (MA, University of South Florida) and Applied Theology (MA, Spurgeon’s College, London). He is the author of 6 books including Life After Church: God’s Call to Disillusioned Christians (IVP, 2007), Underground Church (Zondervan, 2018) and Microchurches: A Smaller Way (UGM, 2019). Brian and his wife Monica have 6 children, 4 adults and 2 still living at home. They have just returned to Tampa after living and working for the last 2 years in Dublin Ireland.


Ryan Hairston

Ryan, his wife Laura, and their three girls live in Manhattan, New York. Over the last several years they have planted multiple missional communities in the neighborhoods they have lived, and together they long to see the community they now live in look more and more like the Kingdom of God. Ryan also serves as the National Director of Forge America.

Forge America partners with local churches, networks, and denominations to train women and men to live as missionaries where they're already doing life. As people reorient their lives around God's mission and the incarnation, Forge mobilizes them to make disciples and pioneer new contextual Kingdom expressions, church plants, micro-churches, faith communities, and/or missional communities in the places they live, work, and play.

Jason Bowman

Jason lives outside of St. Louis with his wife Ashley and their two children. He is passionate about helping people live life to the fullest. His 20 years of ministry experience include: National Young Adult ministry, church planting, as well as staff roles at large growing churches. As a founding partner at ArtSpeak Creative he has helped the agency grow from 2 to over 15 team members helping hundreds of organizations across the country and around the world cultivate their stories of life change. As a certified speaker, consultant, and coach on the John Maxwell Team, Jason has personally worked with for-profit executives and some of the largest ministries in the country. His personal story of radical life change sets a foundation to come alongside any person and any organization and help them grow.

Beth Wolff

Beth Wolff is the Lead Pastor at Clarksburg Church in Clarksburg, MD. Beth was born in Texas as the youngest of 4 in a military family but considers Fairfax, VA, home. She attended Anderson University (Anderson, IN) where she received bachelor’s degrees in Studio Arts and Bible and Religion. Later, she earned her Masters of Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. In 2009, after working as a Public Educator in Indianapolis, IN, Beth moved to Phoenix, AZ to serve as the Pastor of Student Ministry at Mountain Park Church (2,000 attendees each week). Soon, she was asked to Pastor and bring leadership and vision to all ministry from birth through college and parenting. In 2016, Beth and her family (husband and two children) moved to Clarksburg, MD to take on the role as the Lead Pastor at Clarksburg Church.

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“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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