Your Whole Church
This year we’ve made it easier than ever for your small group, leadership team or even your whole church to take LDP1 together! Our pricing section has more information on how you can register your group, team or church for LDP1.
Once each month, Bethel Church leaders will teach and minister to you on the current month's revival culture via a LIVE Video Conference (VC). These VCs are powerful and encouraging, and give you the opportunity to interact by asking questions, sharing your testimonies, and chatting with other LDP1 participants. If you are unable to attend a VC, simply play back an archived recording at your convenience.
You cannot change the culture (shared knowledge, beliefs and behaviors) around you without first changing the culture within yourself. LDP1 will focus on twelve cultures (one each month) that we feel are essential for creating and sustaining revival within yourself and your organization. Our online classroom will be available to you 24 hours a day to help you fully understand and experience each monthly revival culture.
For Marketplace Leaders:
The LDP1 Marketplace Addendum helps to bridge the gap between the church and the professional world. While covering the same material as the LDP1 workbook, the Addendum uses language better suited for the marketplace, assisting in the application of these cultures within the professional realm.
Every week, LDP1 participants receive encouraging email updates that include notes from Bethel Sunday services, prophetic words, testimonies, and encouragement from Paul Manwaring, Steve Backlund and the LDP team.
The LDP1 online classroom and video conferences have been designed to promote relational connections and community. All LDP1 participants are invited to attend an LDP Brunch, LDP Retreat, and a couple of “Meet & Greet” events along with our BSSM students and Alumni in Redding, CA. (Some minimal registration fees may apply).
The Revival Culture Handbook is specifically designed to help you introduce the 12 revival cultures of LDP1 to your community. Whether you use the handbook in a small group setting, make it available to your congregation, or simply keep it as a resource for yourself, our heart is that it serves to help activate those around you in the cultures of honor, risk and faith, and so much more!