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the mission

“The 72” is a non-geographically based expanding network of disciples aiming to multiply and support disciple-making efforts wherever possible.

the vision

In Luke 10 we read about a group – the 72. We don’t know their names or their stories, but they were clearly part of the ever-expanding group of followers of Jesus Christ. We are all part of the 72.

the 72 Online Gathering

Wednesdays at 7:30pm (MT)

Gatherings will begin with teaching/testimonies, and then will split off into small groups.

*All ages are welcome. This gathering is free of charge.

Registration is cut off at 2pm each Wednesday.

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This is not just another place to take in more information – these short-term online gatherings are designed to help you hear God and do what He is saying (Matt 7:24-27). Sessions will include biblical teaching, real testimonies and space to process with others how God is wanting to break more deeply into your life.


CLBI has a campus in Camrose Alberta which is the heart of this discipling movement. Here people can come for one semester or up to two years. In the future, we hope to have various immersion experiences in different locations in the US and Canada. These experiences may be for a weekend or for a couple of weeks.


As disciples are ready to embrace the mission God has for them we want them to invite others to join them. This may be on a college campus,  in a new business, local church, church plant, or a cross-cultural missionary setting – all of these are part of this discipling movement.
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April 1, 2020

President Dean Rostad leads with the context of Luke 8 in regards to how we are to trust in Jesus in the craziness around us. Cullen Halvorson (CLBI staff member) also shares about his experience with transitioning to working at home.


April 8, 2020

Dean Rostad leads with the context of Mark 1:15, and the concept of time known as “Kairos”. What is God bring to your attention? How is God speaking to you?


April 15, 2020

Dean shares the importance of developing spiritual disciplines. After reading John 20:10-18 (Mary arriving at the empty tomb), how is God breaking into your life?


April 22, 2020

 Joel dives into the significance behind spiritual disciplines. Through the lens of Job 42:1-6, God invites us into a real relationship with Him. He desires for us to listen to Him, He desires to speak to us, and He will wait patiently. How does that stand up to your checklist of who God should be?


April 29, 2020

 “Spiritual Disciplines”
Ted shares about a meditative prayer called “Lectio Divina”, Shalayne walks us through the “Breath Prayer”, & James speaks on the discipline of fasting


May 6, 2020

Jesus desires to have us be on a trajectory towards the fruit of the spirit (Galatians 5:22-23), deriving from Mark 4 (Parable of the Sower). Mackenzie shares on Law & Gospel, largely inspired by the works from Martin Luther.


May 13, 2020

(1 Peter 1:3-7) We are made in the image of God, yet the tension still exists between living out of that reality and living in competition and trying to be good enough. **SPOILER ALERT: We’re not.


May 20, 2020

(John 1:14) Learning what it means to have Jesus move into your house, your neighbourhood, and your town. As Jesus draws us to his father, we begin to see that the story doesn’t revolve around us, but rather Jesus himself.


May 27, 2020

Lauren digs into the hope and challenge in the book of Hosea, and addresses the call to truly live “in the moment”. As he shares his interesting encounters with people in his life, Ted expands on how Jesus is in it all.


June 3, 2020

Friends share stories about how they have been impacted since being a part of The 72. Molly not only speaks on her personal experience, but also presents a unique perspective through the lens of Job’s circumstances with those close to him (Job 2:11-13).


June 10, 2020

Molly shares her experience in finding God  in our everyday world, as well as the importance of spiritual disciplines. As Siri’s school year overseas got cut short, her mindset shifted to being willing to listen to what God had in store for her (Isaiah 48:3-4).


June 17, 2020

Jane chats about how God has been weaving prayer throughout her life, her friendships, and her community. In referencing Matthew 18:19-20, the importance of prayer shines through, especially while we “actively wait”, and we see that God continues to answer our prayers, often in ways we don’t expect.


June 24, 2020

We take a look at how The 72 experience has been thus far, and we also hear about The 72 Podcast and what The 72 will look like in the fall. Lauren’s provides insight into being “burden bearers” and how it can be done with Christ at the centre.