Just Start Discipling

What is the key missing ingredient in disciple-making? Is it lack of leaders being discipled? Is it a spiritual problem? Is it sin? Is it lack of good materials? Is it lack of a reproducible model? Is it the lack of a strategy? All of the above contribute. But I…

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EQUIP Your Assimilation and Discipleship Leaders

Are you seeking improvement in the overall health of your church? Do you need help equipping your leaders and members? Leaders, staff and volunteers in the areas of assimilation, church finances, revitalization, security, preschool/children’s ministry, prayer ministry, Sunday school, worship/music, women’s ministry, and youth ministry are all invited to come…

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Help Your Disciple Begin Discipling

You have invested months in your disciple. You have gotten to know and trust each other. You have walked through life experiences together. You have have seen your disciple grow in his/her relationship with God and his/her understanding of being a disciple. Now what? Before you release your disciple hoping…

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Discipling Relationships Sunday

Today in many churches there is a heightened interest in discipleship and being discipled. Churches are recognizing that more is needed than simply offering events and courses. Discipling relationships are needed. How can we address that interest? Consider a Discipling Relationships Sunday. What is a Discipling Relationships Sunday? Simply stated,…

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Everything I Have Commanded You

Is it possible that we hesitate to disciple because we overcomplicate discipling? Is it possible that we have mixed church expectations into becoming and being a disciple? Don’t get me wrong, I believe the church is important as Christ’s bride. But when we take being His disciple seriously, an appropriate…

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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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