The most effective method we have found for churches to move towards the vision of whole-life discipleship is for pastors and lay leaders to engage in meaningful conversation about how to equip their congregations for mission, wherever they are.  Imagine Learning Communities seek to do just that. Understanding that for 110 hours a week, the church is in its scattered form, leaders need to make the most of the limited amount of time that the church is gathered together. 

Imagine on the Road is an opportunity to explore lessons learned about how a church can begin the journey towards whole-life discipleship.  Blending input with group discussion, the goal is that by the end of the day-long or half day session, pastors and lay leaders will leave with a renewed vision for their congregations.  Please contact us to inquire about hosting a session in your area.

The Imagine Project began in the UK in 2007 when the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity (LICC) began meeting with churches to explore how they could become places where Christians are equipped for their everyday lives.  SInce then, the vision of church culture change to encourage whole-life discipleship has expanded and around the world, including the U.S..