Berlin Accelerate Training 2018

Berlin is home to 4 million people from 192 cultures. It is the dream destination for many refugees from war-torn countries because the capitol of Germany is peaceful and economically growing. It’s a great place to live in!

22% of Berlin is covered in green spaces and early spring was especially sunny and warm this year. It was the perfect setting for the 2nd European Accelerate Training held from 5 - 8 May 2018. The first European training was held in 2017 in beautiful Budapest.

40 Leaders from 10 countries attended the training and a record number of training facilitators participated - in DMM it’s all about on-the-job-training and multiplication-of-leaders, after all!

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The Urban Frontier

What will it take to reach our cities?

by David Broodryk

“Something is wrong,” I blurted out, as I sat upright in bed.  It was a Sunday morning.  My wife and I were pastoring a church that we had planted five years earlier. I felt a tremendous sense of unease as I woke up early to prepare for the meeting that day.

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Red, white then blue


by Phil Allesi, Sept. 2017

“There were several leaders from area churches gathered together for the baptism service at the jail.  Each was sharing about what they were doing with inmates at the jail.  I was asked so what do you do? 

My quick answer: Red, White then Blue”

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Y2Y camp meeting


Accelerate training for young disciple makers in Gauteng, South Africa

by Elta Lubbe, Feb. 2018

(Editor - Y2Y is a South African youth organization founded by Elta Lubbe, a teacher with a passion for the youth of South Africa. Youth unemployment in South Africa stands at over 50% with many resultant social ills. People like Elta and her Y2Y team make a difference – here is a story of a recent Y2Y event...)

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2017 Accelerate Europe DMM training event

Beautiful Budapest was host to the 2017 Accelerate Europe DMM training event held 26 to 30 May 2017.

Church and missions leaders from a dozen countries attended the training. After the event one experienced mission leader said: “I wanted to let you all know that I found this training event to be one of the best I have experienced in my last 14 years on the mission field. We had a very good mix of trainers (you all brought a significant range of experience), important insights into various aspects of Disciple-Making Movements, and many practical learnings and discoveries around the tables. Thanks so much for making this effort to come and inspire us.”

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