I am regularly asked about a young adult from MCA Church who is serving in a sensitive country that is known for violence against Christians. Her passion has been shaped by a movement called “Live Dead.” Recently she told a member of our church, “I am so happy to not just study about the Live Dead movement, but actually get to live it.”
Following is the information on the About Page of the Live Dead web site.
What is Live Dead?
Live Dead: Planting Churches Among Unreached Peoples Through Teams
The Holy Spirit is speaking to his Church, reminding us of the passion that he has never relinquished — the passion to be glorified by every tribe, tongue, people and nation.
We committed to taking the church where it does not exist; to making Christ known to people groups who don’t have an opportunity to know him. Live dead is more than a strategy it is a bridge to practically make a difference in the statistic that 40% of the world lives without access to Christ. We believe that we can make a difference; we believe that we must make a difference.
Live Dead is a re-dedication to pioneering whatever the cost.
Live Dead is a commitment to evangelism and church planting among unreached peoples in community through teams.
Live Dead acknowledges that if unreached peoples are going to embrace Jesus as Lord, we must die to our selfish passions and small dreams and live joyfully surrendered to the will, plan and means of our Missionary God.
Living dead is a call to joy, a call to life, a call of hope.
Living Dead means listening to the Spirit calling us to “take up our cross” for the sake of those who don’t know what the cross is or what it stands for.
Living Dead means listening to the example of those who have gone before us, men and women like Dietrich Bonhoeffer who said, “When God calls a man, he bids him come and die.”
Living Dead means listening to the cry of those in spiritual death. They call to us: “We will live, if you will die.”
You are wanted, either dead or alive.