The Three Who’s of Disciple-Making

There are three important “Who’s” of disciple-making. Let’s look at each of them: WHO: Jesus. When we follow Jesus, He promises to make us fishers of men (Matthew 4:19). We are all apostles (sent ones) who are sent to make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:19-20). But we should never…

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Disciple-Making Materials

What materials are you using for one-on-one disciple-making? What materials are you using for D-groups (small disciple-making groups of four or less)? Please press Comments and share what you are using and how you are using those materials. This blog is not in the business of promoting or selling products,…

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What-Does-the-Bible-Say Discipleship

You are having a conversation with another Christian. He says, “My boss expects me to lie to my customers. I don’t know what to do.” The conversation is a teachable moment, a discipleship opportunity. What if you seriously asked, “What does the Bible say?” What if you sent him home…

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Is There a Sacred Discipleship Space Problem?

I am attending the Discipleship Track at Expoenetial in Orlando, Florida. The Forum panel includes some major names in discipleship: Robby Gallaty, Jim Putman, Bobby Harrington, Alex Absolom, Ariyana Rimson, and Bill Hull. Their focus has been walking through discipleship aRena’s/spaces (from Discipleship That Fits): public, social, personal, transparent, and divine.…

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Spiritual Discipline: Journaling

What is a spiritual discipline? It is a tool, method, or process which deepens your relationship with God. A spiritual discipline can practiced one-time, occasional, or repeated. Journaling will usually fall into the repeated or occasional practice. There are a couple major categories of journaling: (1) life journaling and (2)…

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