The Parable of the Sower describes Satan as a bird that swoops in and “takes away the word that was sown” in some of the people that we… Read more “when Satan tries to snatch the seed”
One of my recent observations is that disciple making skills are leadership skills. While there is nothing particularly new or novel about this observation, there is something significant… Read more “stop making disciples”
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”
In baseball, it is seldom enough for the batter to make contact with the ball. To be successful in hitting the ball, he needs to follow through… Read more “making it count”
This is the last in a series on The Fives – the five principles, skills and tools that can help you advance disciple making movements. Jesus did something surprising when… Read more “the fives: disciple making tools”
This is the 3rd in a series on The Fives – the five principles, skills and tools that can help you advance disciple making movements. Jesus sent 72 disciples into the… Read more “the fives: disciple making skills”
Disciple making movement practitioners mentor people of peace to help their circles discover and respond to God in obedience.
This requires them to first attract people of peace, help people of peace understand what God is saying to them, and stimulate people of peace to have spiritual conversations with their circles of influence.
Practitioners multiply themselves by coaching people of peace to become reproducing leaders.
Just yesterday I was asked a great question about this blog: Where does this journey begin? Thanks for the question! It told me that I needed to… Read more “FAQs”
This is the fifth in a series on the role of sequence in disciple making movements. Catalyzing disciple making movements can be seen as a series of steps that… Read more “sequence 4.0 transformation”