Joining us again on the show, Curtis Sergeant shares about a new project called Zumé. The purpose of this program is to train groups of believers in how to make disciples. Through video, discussion questions, and activities, groups are able to learn more about following the Great Commission.

This project is great for any believer. It helps people realize their own ability to share the Gospel with others. The goal of Zumé is to make training more accessible throughout the world so that more people can get involved in spreading the Good News.

What We Talked About

00:24 – Episode summary
01:15 – Introduction
02:04 – What is the Zumé Project about?
03:16 – Shattering boundaries and bringing access
04:27 – Provisions from Zumé
05:30 – From the vision to reality
07:56 – Connecting with the current condition in the US
09:56 – Coming alongside the vision
12:06 – What are you believing God for?
14:12 – Foundational Missions Leadership Moment
15:01 – A desire for transformation
16:01 – How is Zumé structured?
17:41 – The process of training
18:49 – What do the sessions include?
20:27 – How have people responded to this project?
21:22 – Feedback on Zumé
24:09 – Ways to help through the process
25:56 – Building relationships within groups
28:20 – Something you wish you would have known
29:15 – Next week on Engaging Missions
30:41 – Who is this project for?
31:53 – Could this be used in a Sunday school class?
33:10 – Indicators for confirming the call to discipleship
34:51 – Finding more information
35:45 – The next steps
36:33 – How can we best pray for you?
38:32 – Ways to serve and be involved
39:38 – Overview and final thoughts

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