Engagement is all about care. Jesus cared for his disciples & challenged them/us to love one another. He modeled agape love beyond culture in life & death.
To share the Hope in us well means listening and asking questions to encourage, help, and offer hope. That sounds like the work of a volunteer chaplain.
This lunch and conference will feature John McClendon, national director of BACE. He will focus on working with BACE and other networks in making disciples.
Drift happens in relationships when no attention is given. Drift can even happen when no conversation occurs beyond the superficial.
When you are making disciples, train them to H.E.A.R. from Him first. H.E.A.R. is an anagram for Highlight, Explain, Apply, and Respond.
To watch a two-minute video of Bill Wilks (author and trainer) sharing about D-Life, go to this website: www.kybaptist.org/dlife.
Too often we fail to follow up and the result is failure to obey. What are follow up application questions to ensure we move to obeying God in His Word?
D-Life Boot Camp prepares for a lifestyle of disciple-making. It will equip everyone in your ministry for a life of disciple-making—anytime and anywhere.
Better understanding of customs, word meanings, and context leads to appropriate application. This post takes that understanding and applies it to life.
Peer discipling tends to involve two or more Christians who are at similar places on their spiritual journey. Can it work?