BFC Primer: The Images that Tell the Story

One of my favorite parts about the Barefoot Church Primer is its design. It’s packed with images taken by my friend Peter Schrock during one of our Serve Austin Sunday’s. So the people, the projects, and the images captured are a genuine word picture of what you’re learning. I thought I’d take just a moment and give an insiders look. Enjoy.

"Where the rubber meets the road." Here's an image of shoes lined up from one of our giveaways to the homeless and working poor of Austin

Here's a shot of the capital building as seen from South Congress just south of the River.

Hard at work during our Downtown Grillout for the Homeless on the corner of Neches and 7th Street.

Here's a look at the weekly flow. My favorite week is the fourth where we spend some time digging in to a biblical understanding of justice. It's also the week we start engaging simple need in your immediate community.

Here's a burger plate from our homeless grillout in downtown Austin as seen in week 3's chapter on developing a heart of Mercy.

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About Brandon Hatmaker

Church Planter, Missional Strategist, Non-Profit Collaborator, and Author of "Barefoot Church: Serving the Least in a Consumer Culture". View all posts by Brandon Hatmaker

2 responses to “BFC Primer: The Images that Tell the Story

  • Why I’m pumped about Exponential « faith parley

    […] SECOND, I’m excited to announce that “The Barefoot Church Primer: An 8-wk Guide to Serving Through Community” is now IN STOCK and we’ll have them available at Exponential. This was a resource based on my book ‘Barefoot Church’, and is written with the Missional/Incarnational Community in mind. It offers a step-by-step process to begin to discover and engage need in your community while building a biblical understanding of mercy and justice as they relate to a holistic understanding of the gospel. While we think it’s a great resource to help form new communities and for existing communities to begin focusing their attention outward, we also believe it to be a helpful Spiritual Development tool as you seek to “make disciples” through empowering a missional posture. (For a little preview: CLICK HERE) […]

  • George P.

    Hey Brandon

    I read Barefoot Church a couple of week ago and I loved it!!! I am trying to find the Primer in UK but in vein yet. Postage from US raising the cost a lot. Amazon.com doesn’t ship in UK. Is there any plans to make it available in Europe?

    Thank you

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