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It’s also the only way to make a community, multiply a community, and plant new communities in a healthy way. But it’s also not the American way, nor the American church way. We want to treat discipleship like it functions on a factory assembly line, having people line up at the front, add specific theology, life, and behavior along the way and come out the other end as a perfectly equipped disciple. That’s a program for education, not a process of

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Logan

Logan is currently serving as the Executive Pastor at Apostles Church in New York City. He has served in a variety of ministry roles at Apostles Church for four years, starting with missional community transitions in the church and moving into a development role for the various ministries and church planting initiatives. Logan regularly assists churches in creating, cultivating, and implementing ministries to meet the needs of their congregation and engage their context with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Logan blogs at Gentrified, is a regular contributor at Gospel-Centered Discipleship and has contributed to The Gospel Coalition. Logan is married to Amber, they have three children and live in Manhattan.