Equipping Christians & churches for whole-life discipleship in the world.

Life on the Frontline

April 8, 2012
08 Apr 2012

A six-session DVD resource for small groups to inspire and equip Christians to make a difference on their Frontlines.

We may be old or young; healthy or infirm; rich or poor; employed or not. We may be busy or bored; optimistic or pessimistic; radically cutting edge or relatively retro. Whoever we are, as Christians, we have at least one thing in common: we each have a Frontline.

Your Frontline: the place where you spend much of your time
Your Frontline: the place where you meet people who don’t know Jesus
Your Frontline: the place God has called you
Your Frontline: the place of possibility and potential

Often though, we don’t see ourselves, our workplaces homes, colleges and clubs in this light. But what might God want to do where we are day by day? How might he use us? How will we grow?

This creative and practical small group resource is a six-session DVD series for small groups seeking to help one another live fruitfully and faithfully for Christ in the daily places of life and work. Each session has a short film, discussion material, Bible reflections and stories illustrating how the principles have been worked out in real life. The sessions are:

  • Session 1: The Frontline Call – What is my Frontline and why does it matter?
  • Session 2: The Frontline Commission – What happens when life on our Frontline feels difficult?
  • Session 3: The Frontline Community – How do all our various church activities equip us for our lives when we are apart?
  • Session 4: The Frontline Concern – How do you know what to do on your Frontline?
  • Session 5: The Frontline Cry – How does our Frontline shape our prayers?
  • Session 6: The Frontline Commitment – How can we sustain our commitment to one another on the Frontline?

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Download the DVD leaflet for details about the content.

Read Rory Keegan’s review of Life on the Frontline in EG.


Accompanying Resources

The Leader’s Guide
The Participant’s Guide
DVD Transcript

Christian Life & Work

January 31, 2011
31 Jan 2011

Christian Life & Work helps you discover the everyday opportunities for ministry, witness and spiritual growth in your workplace.

This six part DVD resource and step by step leader’s guide will help small groups to:

  • Know the joy of working for God from “9-5”
  • Make a difference for God in your workplaces
  • Support each other effectively at work
  • Raise the profile of secular work in your church

It comes with the session plans and leaders notes enclosed.


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Imagine How We Can Reach the UK

January 29, 2011
29 Jan 2011

licc-imagine-dvdThis DVD and the associated resources on this page will help you and your church community begin the journey of whole-life discipleship.

Real about your faith but wanting to make your faith more real?

Leading a good church but yearning to make a greater impact together?

Keen to integrate your faith with your whole life but finding 21st century life bewildering?

In the main 50-minute film Mark Greene explores the core reasons behind the church’s difficulties in envisioning, equipping and resourcing and supporting Christians for today’s world.

It’s a realistic but not pessimistic analysis of the state of the nation and the state of the church. He then goes on to propose a simple but radical way forward, focusing on two great biblical truths – the concern of the Creator-redeemer God for every aspect of our life and Jesus’ mandate to make disciples not just converts.

This DVD will, we hope, help you and your church begin the journey. And we hope, too, that you’ll become part of a growing number of people who are determined to work out how to live day-by-day as whole-life followers of Jesus and who are also determined to help others do the same.


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Visit our Video Bank for excerpts from the DVD.

The DVD is also supported by two magazines. Imagine How We Can Reach The UK is the original essay from 2006, addressing questions of how we reach the UK and how we create whole-life Christian communities. Let My People Grow further explores the question of creating communities of growing whole-life apprentices who will together reach out to our needy nation.


Accompanying Resources

Imagine Small Group Resource
This resource guides a small group through the themes, ideas and questions raised by the Imagine DVD allowing them to grapple with the material as a group and discover new ways of supporting and equipping one another as whole-life disciples.

Download a copy of the Small Group resource.

Imagine DVD Leaders Guide
Starting with the Imagine DVD this pack sets out a process of awakening people to the challenge of whole-life disciplemaking in today’s world. It describes what leaders might do to engage people and helps them explore what it might mean in their own church. Then there are some first steps towards changing a church culture and an opportunity to join other church leaders who are seeking to create whole-life disciplemaking churches.

Download the complete Leaders Guide.

PowerPoint Slide Sets:
Download associated slide sets:

The Imagine PowerPoint Presentation – developed to accompany the DVD

Powerpoints for use in small group discussion of DVD.

Other Resources
How to Use the DVD in Churches and Small Groups
DVD Discussion Guide

The Great Divide

January 29, 2011
29 Jan 2011

1287492773-the-great-divide-coverIn this compelling essay, Mark Greene, LICC’S Executive Director, explores the stifling, pervasive, life-denying impact of the sacred-secular divide on Christian mission and living, and reveals how overcoming it can;

expand our vision,
inspire our mission,
release our churches,
broaden our minds,
enlarge our hearts,
nourish our souls,
thrill our spirits,
free our imaginations,

for faithful following and fruitful living in all of life.

To read a short extract from the pamphlet please click here

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Accompanying Resources

1) The Great Divide Discussion Guide – Questions to help you explore the message of the booklet

2) You and Your Frontline – Questions to help you think about fruitfulness where you are

3) An Imaginative Prayer Walk Around Your Frontline

4) TTT – Tips on how to use two-minute interviews in your worship service on what someone in your congregation will be doing ‘This Time Tomorrow’