Just Start Discipling

What is the key missing ingredient in disciple-making? Is it lack of leaders being discipled? Is it a spiritual problem? Is it sin? Is it lack of good materials? Is it lack of a reproducible model? Is it the lack of a strategy? All of the above contribute. But I…

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EQUIP Your Assimilation and Discipleship Leaders

Are you seeking improvement in the overall health of your church? Do you need help equipping your leaders and members? Leaders, staff and volunteers in the areas of assimilation, church finances, revitalization, security, preschool/children’s ministry, prayer ministry, Sunday school, worship/music, women’s ministry, and youth ministry are all invited to come…

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Discipling Those Who Irregularly Attend

How do you disciple people who don’t show up? How much can preaching, Sunday School, or small groups help new Christians and disciples grow when they are irregularly present? Commitment is a sign of maturing but is often missing today. In Why Church Members Are Attending Less Frequently, Thom Rainer lists…

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Discipleship: D-groups Panel Discussion on May 24

D-groups: D-groups are discipleship groups with 3-6 participants. D-group strategy often results in participants able to lead their own D-group. You are invited! Join us… WHEN: May 24, 10:30-Noon WHERE: Kentucky Baptist Convention, 13420 Eastpoint Centre Dr, Louisville WHAT: Listen and learn from a Panel of D-group practitioners. The practitioners include church and…

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Evaluation of New Member Assimilation

Simply stated, assimilation is the process of new people becoming part of a group. Assimilation efforts begin with relationship-building and evangelism efforts prior to joining a church and continue in connecting, discipling, and mobilizing efforts as part of the body of Christ. So new member assimilation begins the moment a…

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