Introduction to God Movements


Discover the principles of God movements and how to catalyse them in your personal context.

Wednesday 3rd November to Wednesday 8th December, 8pm-9pm (Singapore/HK time)

Join us for a short introductory course for potential Movement and DMM Catalysts. This training is for leaders who have a desire and commitment to reach their cities with the Gospel. 
In this introductory 6-week course, you will receive a broad strategic overview, discover the basic principles of God Movements and learn how you can build towards God movements in your city.

Places are limited.

Module Overview

  • Topic 1: Navigating the Challenge
  • Topic 2: Multiplying Disciple Makers
  • Topic 3: Sustainable Movement Entities
  • Topic 4: Pioneer Team
  • Topic 5: The Way Forward


  • Each week contains five short assignments that should take about 20 mins a day
  • Every week we will meet for one hour to discuss and debrief what God is teaching you through the assignments.


We are making this module available at no cost because we don’t want money to be an obstacle to ensuring that the people who wish to partner financially or “pay-it-forward” as God leads. You can do so by giving through the Praxeis website. On the ‘give’ page, click on ‘Support a project’ and then select ‘God Movements Training’ on the drop-down list. Click here to be directed to the giving page on the Praxeis website.


-David Broodryk ( is an experienced pastor and organisational leader. He also facilitates the “God Movements global learning community” comprised of nearly a hundred leaders working into Disciple Making Movements. 

-Scott Crawley is a coach and disciple-maker with more than two decades urban and Asian experience in cross-cultural evangelism, discipleship and training. He and his wife Sarah are coaching and equipping churches and harvest workers in Singapore to see God’s Kingdom vision fulfilled in Singapore and beyond. They are part of the Praxeis community (

To Register

To register for the Introduction to God Movements module, please click here.