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Equipping a Diocese for life on mission.

In the wave of the New Evangelization, Pope Francis’ directive was to celebrate a month of Extraordinary Mission in October 2019. This declaration began an impulse in Vancouver of disciples who wanted to take action.

The Archdiocese of Vancouver decided to launch a movement that would ignite disciples in their missional call. They partnered with us to create an inspiring brand and campaign that would celebrate, unite, and mobilize Catholics to live this out in their homes and communities.

Igniting Disciples to Go Deeper

The diocese was taking on something unlike anything Vancouver had ever seen. We started by spending five days together in Glass Canvas’ strategic Sprint process, establishing the heart of the movement and what God was stirring in our diocese.

We wanted to ignite disciples to proclaim Jesus. To do this well, we broke the strategy into three phases.

  1. Mobilize - Igniting missional disciples in the diocese to proclaim Jesus and accompany others
  2. Nurture - Reaching seekers and potential disciples with encounters to help them go deeper in faith
  3. Sustain - Maintaining long-term diocesan transformation

Building Strategy Around Discipleship Models

Our goal was to move people deeper. Intentional disciples (those who loved Jesus but not on mission) would be encouraged to move towards being Missional Disciples (those on mission), who would then accompany potential disciples in their journey towards being intentional and missional disciples.

In the wave of the New Evangelization, Pope Francis’ directive was to celebrate a month of Extraordinary Mission in October 2019. This declaration began an impulse in Vancouver of disciples who wanted to take action.

The Archdiocese of Vancouver decided to launch a movement that would ignite disciples in their missional call. They partnered with us to create an inspiring brand and campaign that would celebrate, unite, and mobilize Catholics to live this out in their homes and communities.

Igniting Disciples to Go Deeper

The diocese was taking on something unlike anything Vancouver had ever seen. We started by spending five days together in Glass Canvas’ strategic Sprint process, establishing the heart of the movement and what God was stirring in our diocese.

We wanted to ignite disciples to proclaim Jesus. To do this well, we broke the strategy into three phases.

  1. Mobilize - Igniting missional disciples in the diocese to proclaim Jesus and accompany others
  2. Nurture - Reaching seekers and potential disciples with encounters to help them go deeper in faith
  3. Sustain - Maintaining long-term diocesan transformation

Building Strategy Around Discipleship Models

Our goal was to move people deeper. Intentional disciples (those who loved Jesus but not on mission) would be encouraged to move towards being Missional Disciples (those on mission), who would then accompany potential disciples in their journey towards being intentional and missional disciples.

In the wave of the New Evangelization, Pope Francis’ directive was to celebrate a month of Extraordinary Mission in October 2019. This declaration began an impulse in Vancouver of disciples who wanted to take action.

The Archdiocese of Vancouver decided to launch a movement that would ignite disciples in their missional call. They partnered with us to create an inspiring brand and campaign that would celebrate, unite, and mobilize Catholics to live this out in their homes and communities.

Igniting Disciples to Go Deeper

The diocese was taking on something unlike anything Vancouver had ever seen. We started by spending five days together in Glass Canvas’ strategic Sprint process, establishing the heart of the movement and what God was stirring in our diocese.

We wanted to ignite disciples to proclaim Jesus. To do this well, we broke the strategy into three phases.

  1. Mobilize - Igniting missional disciples in the diocese to proclaim Jesus and accompany others
  2. Nurture - Reaching seekers and potential disciples with encounters to help them go deeper in faith
  3. Sustain - Maintaining long-term diocesan transformation

Building Strategy Around Discipleship Models

Our goal was to move people deeper. Intentional disciples (those who loved Jesus but not on mission) would be encouraged to move towards being Missional Disciples (those on mission), who would then accompany potential disciples in their journey towards being intentional and missional disciples.

In the wave of the New Evangelization, Pope Francis’ directive was to celebrate a month of Extraordinary Mission in October 2019. This declaration began an impulse in Vancouver of disciples who wanted to take action.

The Archdiocese of Vancouver decided to launch a movement that would ignite disciples in their missional call. They partnered with us to create an inspiring brand and campaign that would celebrate, unite, and mobilize Catholics to live this out in their homes and communities.

Igniting Disciples to Go Deeper

The diocese was taking on something unlike anything Vancouver had ever seen. We started by spending five days together in Glass Canvas’ strategic Sprint process, establishing the heart of the movement and what God was stirring in our diocese.

We wanted to ignite disciples to proclaim Jesus. To do this well, we broke the strategy into three phases.

  1. Mobilize - Igniting missional disciples in the diocese to proclaim Jesus and accompany others
  2. Nurture - Reaching seekers and potential disciples with encounters to help them go deeper in faith
  3. Sustain - Maintaining long-term diocesan transformation

Building Strategy Around Discipleship Models

Our goal was to move people deeper. Intentional disciples (those who loved Jesus but not on mission) would be encouraged to move towards being Missional Disciples (those on mission), who would then accompany potential disciples in their journey towards being intentional and missional disciples.