If we continue to ignore the impact of these obstacles, the lost will not be saved. The saved will not mature. Leaders will not be developed.
When your disciples gain competence and confidence they desire to share what they have learned. Invest forward.
When you pray, open your eyes, and recognize needs, you will see people to disciple all around you. Have you prayed?
The discipleship journey involves two journeys, one with Christ and one with our disciples. We are to desire and practice both.
I share a graphic for disciple-making to help as we communicate to others what a disciple is and does.
Four questions are shared to better understand discipleship needs along with seven options for addressing those needs.
Discipleship fails without the big rocks of assimilation. Connecting your strategies is essential and does not have to be complicated.
The Discipleship Network of Kentucky and I invite you to a Discipleship Deep Dive on Tuesday, May 10, at 7:00 PM, Eastern time. This virtual event features training from author and ministry coach, Chris Surratt. The focus will be on improving discipleship in our churches. Deep Dive Following the large…
Mentoring can be short term, and a discipleship mentor does not have to be an expert in every aspect of discipleship.
What simple disciple-making essentials would you include in your list? Did you keep the list short so it is reproducible?