Tracking Your Disciple-Making

Disciple-making efforts matter. What are you doing to help disciples make progress? How are you helping them to mutliply? Think 2 Timothy 2:2. Are fewer and fewer involved in your disciple-making strategy as you go farther along? Then the strategy may be too complicated. You may have too many steps…

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Disciple-Making Fruit of the Spirit

In Galatians 5:22-24, after Paul had listed the works of the flesh, he describes the life changed by Christ: But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law. And those who belong to Christ Jesus have…

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Disciple-Making Decisions

What decisions need to be made in your disciple-making strategy? As you put together your personal or church plan to make disciples, allow me to offer some questions for you to consider: Group size. What size(s) will you include? Content delivery is possible in large groups, but disciple-making is nearly…

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Disciple-Making Brainstorming

Brainstorming brings collective intelligence and synergy to bear upon needs, problems, planning, and conversation. In order to identify needs in your church disciple-making, gather a group of key leaders for brainstorming. Ask them these questions and record their responses. What current church programs, activities, and events contribute toward disciple-making? What…

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Discipleship Conferences at Super Saturday 2015

Growing churches have trained leaders. Pastors, staff, and discipleship leaders pursue training annually. Bring your discipleship team to Super Saturday this year. Here are conferences offered, locations/dates, and how to register:  CONFERENCES 10:00 AM – 12:15 PM  “Coaching: Life-on-Life Disciple-making.” Launch a method of disciple-making that is simple, life-changing, and…

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Weddings, Marriage, and Discipleship

Our youngest son, Jordan, was married back in May. Weddings, even simple ones, require a lot of planning and expense. They include rings, invitations, dresses and tuxedos, flowers and decorations, cake and food, gifts and honeymoon plans, photographer and pictures, and much much more. Weddings are celebrations and rites of…

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