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In this episode of the Making Disciples podcast, Robby and Chris talk with Winfield Bevins about creating movements in the local church. In This Episode, Youâ€™ll Discover: Why you can't manufacture a revival in your church. John Wesley's classes and bands system Why the Holy Spirit is essential for creating a revival Shareable Quotes (#MakingDisciplesPodcast): (05:05) â€œThere were methods behind the awakening " -Â @winfieldbevins (05:47) "Movements cannot be manufactured" -Â @winfieldbevins (08:00) "We can be good at organizing ministries and programs, but we really need a fresh wind of the Holy Spirit" - @rgallaty Additional Resources: Discipleship Blueprint 2.0 Disciplemaking Jumpstart Replicate E-Quipping Cohort Winfield Bevins @winfieldbevins Marks of a Movement Help Us Grow the Podcast: Please subscribe Leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, orÂ Spotify.
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Foals' latest album, 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost â€“ Part 1', came out in March. 'Part 2' comes out in the fall. The band has been releasing stadium-sized songs for just over a decade, and this time around, it made a couple changes in pursuit of ultimate creative freedom. The members of Foals produced the albums themselves. They tried to avoid narrowing down song structures too early in the process and they built the music in studio from the ground up. That meant once the music was recorded, lead singer and guitarist Yannis Philippakis was left alone to finish lyrics in a dark studio in South London. We talked about how that worked out and what drummer Jack Bevan was up to while Yannis was writing away. Hint: It involved a bike, a lake and France. This is Foals' first album without Walter, their longtime bassist. In this session, you're going to hear Yannis and Jack along with Edwin on Keys and Jimmy on guitar, on some live recordings they did for World Cafe. On 'Part 1', the British band really leans into the stranger side of stadium-sized songwriting. We hear live performances and "making of" stories, including lead singer Yannis' routine of writing lyrics at night while drinking at the pub, and drummer Jack Bevan's journey cycling around lakes in France.