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Many followers of Jesus would say that the church’s mission is evangelism: to seek and save the lost. One issue though: That’s NOT the mission Jesus gave to his followers.
The phrase “servant leader” is used a lot in church and ministry settings. But “servant” and “leader” are two concepts that don’t go together well in our day and age.
The time between the end of spring football practices and the fall season is a curious time where fans talk about football but no one is actually playing it. Let’s learn a lesson from this as we think about making disciples.
Shepherding (pastoring) in the church is absolutely essential. But we need to be careful: Overdoing it can hinder our mission.
Why is multiplying disciples so elusive in a Western context? One reason is that we don’t start with one key principle in mind.
Since we don’t get extra points for making things complex, here’s a simple, two-step framework to help keep your disciple-making on point.
The redemption of every tribe, nation, language and tongue is meant to be accomplished through the body of believers, from micro (the smallest expression) to macro (the largest expression) of churches and the Church.
This is a followup to a previous post, 7 Things We've Learned in Seven Years. By this shall all men know you are my disciples in that you have love one for another. The sixth principle is that... Disciple multiplying movements are ALWAYS relational before they're...
This new release from the ministry of 1Body Church reveals how the Western church can be in “The Way,” without being in the way.
After my initial training in disciple-making, I started 63 new groups within months. I trained others to do the same so that we had hundreds of these groups within the first 2-3 years. It was my single biggest mistake.