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The World Race as a movement

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Yesterday I outlined a few principles of organic open-source movements. A few of us feel that this next generation is ready for one. They are hungering to discover the reality of who Jesus was and want the opportunity to follow him radically. We’ve seen that the World Race helps awaken them to…
By Seth Barnes

Yesterday I outlined a few principles of organic open-source movements. A few of us feel that this next generation is ready for one.

wrasmovementThey are hungering to discover the reality of who Jesus was and want the opportunity to follow him radically.

We’ve seen that the World Race helps awaken them to this reality. Here’s how:

It’s a three-year process based on Luke 10 that hinges on the following non-negotiables:

1. Three Years: Commit to finish.

  • 6 months of preparation and consecration
  • 11 months of homelessness around the world
  • After returning, pass the baton to others and find a year apprenticeship

2. Mentoring: 3-year minimum coaching relationship with spiritual coach. Commit to grow.

3. Abandon: Sell everything, return with nothing. Commit to simplicity.

4. Ministry: Bring hope to the hopeless. Commit to the poor.

5. Covenant: The team becomes a family. Commit to community.

6. Multiply: Wake up your generation. Commit to the dream.

Passing the baton
Focus on helping others understand how they could do it, too. Bring your stories into homes and hearts.

Racers share what they’ve seen and heard to activate others. They form networks of people committed to the non-negotiables. Build communities founded on cultures of trust and vision. Partners around the world commit to the non-negotiables.

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