About projekt Zet

projekt Zet is a facilitation team based in the Czech Republic. We share a common vision and purpose with our partners: facilitating the establishment and multiplication of churches, movements leading to saturation, in the Czech Republic and beyond. Our vision is to see a simple healthy church within reach of everyone in the Czech Republic.

  • Facilitation describes our practice and our primary style of influence.
  • Multiplication is a principle we apply to our ministry activities whether establishing churches, training leaders, or developing resources.
  • Saturation is the purpose for which we strive. We begin with a definite end in mind. That end is our “Z,” a measurable accomplishment to help fulfill the Great Commission.
  • Our partners are evangelical. They are individuals and churches, organizations and agencies, who believe the Bible is true and that faith in Jesus Christ is mankind’s only hope for the forgiveness of sins and a relationship with God that will last forever. To discover more about partnership opportunities and how you can come alongside us, choose the link for partners.
New & Noteworthy:
  • Brian and Don are on home ministry assignment for one year Pray for us as we travel, sharing what God has done in, through and around us these last four years in the Czech Republic.
  • Discipleship Essentials a workbook for discipleship triads and quartets as been translated and published. Last year it was field tested with groups from the Ichthys congregation in Litoměřice.
  • Transforming Discipleship a companion to Discipleship Essentials is translated, printed and ready for distribution.  This book explains the rationale and approach behind discipleship triads and quartets.

projekt Zet exists to facilitate the transformation of Christian disciples who serve and gather others into healthy  fellowships that reproduce and transform their oikos for the glory of God.

To read more on our purpose and strategy, click here

Discipleship Essentials is a discipleship workbook for use in triads, small groups or one-on-one. The balance of this relational and rational approach to discipleship is a welcome addition to the Czech mentors toolbox.

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