Keeping People on Mission When You Can't Meet In a Physical Location
Resources on Keeping People on Mission
What Does It Mean to Be On Mission During the Coronavirus?
What If Church Online Is the Answer, But We’re Asking the Wrong Question? (by Jeff Reed)
Eight Ways to Share the Gospel During the Coronavirus (by Ricky Bailey)
To Impact People in This Coronavirus Season, We Need to Understand Them (by Mindy Caliguire)
Mobilizing Spiritual Leadership & Influence in a Time of Uncertainty (by David Lopez)
The Day We All Became Digital-Only Expressions of the Church (by Jeff Reed)
Grasping the Idea of Church Anywhere (by Tyler Samson)
Lead Pastor, Trader’s Point Christian Church
Aaron Brockett Bio
Aaron Brockett is the lead pastor of Traders Point Christian Church in Indianapolis. Since he joined the church in 2007, it has grown from 1,500 people in one location to more than 9,000 people in six locations, earning recognition as one of the fastest growing churches in the U.S. from Outreach Magazine.
He is passionate about removing unnecessary barriers that keep people from Jesus, just as the men in Mark 2 “wrecked the roof” in order to get the paralytic to Jesus. “Jesus says, ‘I will draw all men and women to myself.’ Therefore, He is the only one who can change anyone. Our responsibility as a church is to get those people to Him and let Him do what only He can,” Aaron has said.
Aaron has contributed to several books and articles and also serves as a board member of the Orchard Group, a worldwide church-planting organization. He and his wife, Lindsay, have dedicated their lives to seeing people all over the world come to know, trust and follow Jesus. They have four great kids and a silver lab named Winston.
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