In the book, Dann shares four major metrics (measures) of disciple-making: conversions, service, reproduction, and multiplication.
There are many essentials in our disciple-making efforts. But too often, apologetics is missing or ignored in disciple-making.
The H.E.A.R. journal method may work for you and your disciples. Practice it together. Challenge your disciples to use it with others.
Start with prayer about who will you disciple. Open your eyes to see those who God sends. Now, go and have conversation with those persons.
Without movement, one might conclude a disciple is either sick or dead. Set disciple-making goals to show evidence of Jesus’ impact.
This year has been challenging. Life at nearly every turn has taken us away from the comfortable and normal. It has been filled with surprise, change, and stress. And despite it all, we get to choose gratitude. We Get to Choose Gratitude Gratitude is an attitude of choice. In the…
Take advantage of holidays and special days to invest in people who need Jesus and those who need to walk more closely with Him.
When serious meets fun, often the disciplers and disciples bond and grow more. In fact, I want to encourage you to have fun making disciples.
Do your disciple-makers and potential disciples need the kick-start that can be provided by a disciple-making connection event?
November 9, Owensboro, KY Pastors, associate pastors, and discipleship leaders are invited to the annual meeting of the Discipleship Network of Kentucky. Dr. Hershael York will offer biblical and practical encouragement for pastors who are facing the challenges of ministry. Date & Location Monday, November 9 from 11:00 a.m. –…