definition: disciple making movement

A disciple making movement is the rapid spread of the Gospel and obedience to it among people who have previously not known and loved God. This was the goal of the Apostle Paul and something he saw happen in Thessalonica (2 Thessalonians 3:1).

Disciple making movements are measured in four dimensions: obedience, and the breadth, depth and rate of reproduction.

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