Discipleship: Small Groups (7+), with Rick Howerton on September 20

Do you want to move discipleship to the next level through small groups and small classes?

Working with the Discipleship Network of Kentucky, we have hosted a series of discipleship events in 2018:

  • Discipleship: 1-on-1. This was on March 22 with Chuck Lawless.
  • Discipleship: D-Groups (3-6). This was on May 24 with a panel of practitioners.

You are invited for the third event, Discipleship: Small Groups (7+)…

Jesus said that we were to “go and make disciples” (Matt. 28:19). This is the primary responsibility of those who lead discipleship and small group ministries. During this conference we’ll answer the following questions:

  1. What is necessary for someone to become a mature disciple?
  2. Is the commitment we’re asking of those who are in our Sunday School classes and Small Groups the commitment necessary to become a mature disciple of Jesus Christ?
  3. What types of groups really do make disciples?
  4. How can we make disciples in groups of seven to twelve?

WHEN: Thursday, September 20, 10:00-Noon

WHERE: Warren Association of Baptists, 6448 Scottsville Rd, Bowling Green, KY (about a mile from I-65).

SPEAKER: Rick Howerton, Regional Consultant, Kentucky Baptist Convention. He is the author of Destination: Community Small-Group Ministry Manual and A Different Kind of Tribe: Embracing the New Small-Group Dynamic. He will share from his small group ministry and church planting experiences.

WHO: This event is for pastors, staff, and church leaders seeking to move discipleship to the next level through small groups and small classes.

SPONSORS: Discipleship Network of Kentucky and Kentucky Baptist Convention.

COST/REGISTER: Cost is free to DNKY members; $10 for all others. Register and pay at the event.

QUESTIONS: Call 502.489.3341 or 866.489.3341 (KY only) or email [email protected]

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