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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Disciple-Making Begins with Me

I encourage you to review your discipleship pilgrimage. Write out a timeline marking down key times, places, people, and experiences. Ask yourself some key questions: What are the discipleship experiences through which you have traveled? Who are the key disciplers God sent along your path? What are some key times…

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Discipleship Requires Listening

Personal Discipleship. I chose the word, discipleship, in the title on purpose to include both our personal discipleship and our investment in others (disciple-making). In order to be a disciple, listening is needed. There are a number of essential sources: the Holy Spirit God’s Word Christian resources (books, websites, music,…

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3 Personal Discipleship Priorities

A new year is a great opportunity to evaluate and focus your attention and energy on priorities. Consider these three personal discipleship priorities: Grow as a disciple. Spend time in Bible study and prayer. Follow Jesus. Avoid going through the motions. Take the time to listen to God and to…

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