Four Ways to Make Disciples

I recently read a great post by Matt Morris who serves as a Brand Manager at LifeWay Christian Resources. Matt’s post was The Three Ways to Disciple Someone. I want to encourage you to read his entire post. His commentary on each of these three ways is helpful: one-to-many, one-to-few,…

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Faithfulness to the Disciple-Making Meeting

People today are busy:  leaders and disciples. Commitments can often be shallow and fleeting. On the other hand, disciple-making is best done through the context of consistent relationships and discipline. Knowing those realities, how can we encourage faithfulness in our disciple-making meetings (even our own)? One of the most important…

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Encouraging Disciple-Making Questions

Accountability is part of many disciple-making relationships. Too often people dread and avoid accountability. Accountability, however, does not have to be negative. It can be encouraging and postive. Instead of focusing on “if you failed,” the focus can be on “how you took a step forward.” Consider these questions which…

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