Friday, April 11, 2008

Hunter's Three is Enough Groups: Three People, Three Activities


A little more information has just come out about the Three is Enough groups that Todd Hunter is developing and will be introducing at the Conversational Evangelism Conference in May. Here is a description just now added to that website:


"Todd is forming Three is Enough Groups as an antidote to the massive image problem currently ascribed to Christians and Christianity. This unfortunate viewpoint stymies most attempts at evangelism. TiE Groups have a double meaning: they are three friends or colleagues doing three simple and humble activities together (reading, praying and serving others). Functioning in members’ most natural places of community – the workplace, school, or at the local coffee shop. TiE Groups will go on the Journey Inward of spiritual transformation and the Journey Outward of serving others. Spiritual transformation into Christlikeness has always been the true goal of Christian faith—now it is utterly strategic. TiE rescues evangelism out of the program category and relocates it back in the natural context of spiritual formation."

3 comments:

Jim Henderson said...

Thanks for posting this

Dean said...

man i would love to go to this but i have finals that friday then need to move back home.

annemarie said...

I love it! Taking Jesus to the people in the workplaces, schools, coffee shops, and so forth. God is brewing something up around the country. I love it!