Viral Jesus Give-Away
I’m incredibly excited to be reading Viral Jesus by Ross Rohde. For those of you who don’t know Ross, he has been blogging for almost two years about initiating Jesus movements similar to what God has done in the New Testament and in China. He’s also an organic church planter who has experience starting multiple house churches in places that are resistant to the gospel. Needless to say, he’s the kind of guy we like here at Pursuing Glory.
So to help get the word out about Ross’ book and promote some more discussion about spawning Jesus movements in the West, I’ve decided to give away a free copy of Viral Jesus here on the blog. Now most blog giveaways I’ve seen require you to subscribe to an email list, follow someone on Twitter, or follow you on your Facebook group. And while you’re welcome to get involved at a deeper level with what we’re doing here, we’re going to do this a bit differently.
In order to win “Viral Jesus” I want you to answer the question that Ross asks with his book: “What will it take to see a rapidly reproducing movement of Jesus followers take root in the West?” Anyone who writes an answer and posts it online for others to see will be entered into our give away. You can post it on your blog, your Facebook Notes, your Tumblr account, or your Google+ account. Really anywhere people can see it will be great. Then email me, tweet me, message me on Facebook, or leave me a comment in comment field about how to find your response. I will read the responses and publish the best response here on the blog on March 5th, 2012, along with the links to the other responses. The winner will receive a free copy of “Viral Jesus.”
About traviskolderTravis Kolder is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five, an organic church planter, and a writer. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he serves as part of the Cedar Rapids House Church Network.
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