Author Archives: Kirk Anderson

About Kirk Anderson

I inspire disciple makers through training, coaching and writing to think and act strategically to reach their cities with the Gospel.

Bulgarian Government Resigns

Bulgaria has maintained very good fiscal disciple over the last several years – but at the expense of services and social benefits. Finally, Bulgaria’s citizens have said “enough is enough.” They rallied in mass across the country to protest rising energy costs, … Continue reading

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2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The new Boeing 787 Dreamliner can carry about 250 passengers. This blog was viewed about 1,700 times in 2012. If it were a Dreamliner, … Continue reading

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People of Peace in Practice

Earlier this year I wrote about people of peace through the lens of Luke 10. This video is another way to think about people of peace from a practical perspective:

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Church Planting Movements and Discovery Bible Studies

The underlying theme of Luke 10 is that people need to meet Jesus. This is the why Jesus sent the 72 disciples ahead of him “to every town and place he was about to go” (verse 1). The disciples’ job … Continue reading

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Easter in Bulgaria

Easter is a fascinating part of Bulgarian culture. Consider the following: Bulgarians observe Easter according to the Julian calendar. This year Easter won’t becelebrated until Sunday April 15th – a week after it is celebrated by Protestants and Catholics. Whereas … Continue reading

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Church Planting Movements and Households

Jesus established the importance of building relationships with entire households in Luke 10:5. However, it is not until the book of Acts that we clearly see the powerful results of doing this: Cornelius and his household are saved (Acts 10, … Continue reading

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Service of Forgiveness

Today is the last Sunday before Lent, and on this day Orthodox clergy and laity kneel one by one and ask one another for forgiveness. This Service of Forgiveness is an important reminder of the emphasis that Jesus placed on … Continue reading

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