Disciple making vision, principles and skills have been at the core of how I have made disciples and mobilized disciple makers for the last two and a half years. However,… Read more “introducing the leadership dimension”
I have led Bible studies all of my life – or so it seems. It is what I did as a camp counselor, a youth group leader,… Read more “How I lost the privilege of leading Bible studies”
After leading a recent training on mentoring people of peace,1 I asked the local organizer three questions: How will you continue to encourage the participants? What specific… Read more “the strategy of practice”
Jesus tells us to teach all people everywhere to obey everything that he has commanded. One way to do this is by asking 5 simple questions. Here… Read more “teaching obedience through 5 questions”
One of the biggest responsibilities of a disciple maker is to direct people to Bible stories that will help the group being discipled readily discover and respond… Read more “10 stories about Jesus”
The shepherds who saw Jesus the night he was born did something that I don’t do: they immediately went and told others about Jesus. That made sense for… Read more “starting at the very beginning”
They heard about Jesus.
They went and saw him for themselves.
And when they had seen him, “they spread the word concerning what had been told them about this child, and all who heard it were amazed at what the shepherds said to them” (Luke 2:17-18).
One of the greatest disciple makers of all time never referred to himself as a disciple maker. Instead, Paul twice described himself as a herald and an… Read more “three roles of a disciple maker”