Shepherding Movement

The Shepherding Movement (sometimes called the "Discipleship Movement") was an influential and controversial movement within some British and American charismatic churches, emerging in the 1970s and early 1980s. The doctrine of the movement emphasized the "one another" passages of the New Testament, and the mentoring relationship described in 2 Timothy.

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Shepherding Movement - Today
... The degree to which the Shepherding Movement still exists today is unclear ... and Bob Mumford have made public statements disavowing the movement, or at least distancing themselves from it, Simpson's biography on the website of Charles Simpson Ministries ... Lifechangers by Bob Mumford as "ministry allies." David Moore's 2004 book on the Shepherding Movement takes an impartial, scholarly look at the movement, which includes interviews with all ...
Primitive Apostolic Christianity (Sabbatarian) - 20th-century Groups - Charismatic Movement - Shepherding Movement
... The British leaders of charismatic restorationism mutually recognised a parallel movement in the United States, centered on the Fort Lauderdale Five Derek Prince, Don Basham, Bob Mumford, Charles Simpson and ... This movement became known as the Shepherding Movement and was the subject of significant controversy in the mid-1970s ... The movement left a significant legacy through its influence on contemporary ministries International Churches of Christ, Maranatha Campus Ministries and Great Commission International ...
Derek Prince - The Shepherding Controversy
... CGM sought to counter what were seen as excesses within the Charismatic movement by emphasizing discipleship and pastoral care which later on was abused by those in leadership positions ... David Moore, author of The Shepherding Movement, states "Essential for an accurate history of the Shepherding movement is a complete collection of New Wine. 1986, was the principal publishing voice of the five teachers and the movement." The group was joined by Ern Baxter, and the five men became known as the Fort Lauderdale Five ...

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