This is the final post in a series on the role of sequence in disciple making movements.
Sequence matters for each one of us who is working to catalyze a disciple making movement.
When we forget that sequence matters, we build our own dead-ends. We are forced to admit defeat or redefine success.
We need to start at the beginning and move forward, one step at a time, paying careful attention to the transitions that take us from one step to the next.
Here are three tips that will help you have successful transitions:
Anticipate. Design each step by asking how it will help you take the next step. Begin with the end in mind.
Pray. Disciple making movements are works of God. You are God’s worker. Constantly look to him.
Maintain Momentum. If you wait until everything is perfect, you will have waited too long. Keep moving forward.
- Where in the disciple making movement sequence are you most tempted to redefine success?
- What is one thing that you can do to transition from that step to the next one?
- What lessons are you learning about the role of sequence in disciple making movements?
Share your thoughts and make it a conversation!