Can Any Christian Be a Disciple Maker?

Can Any Christian Be a Disciple Maker?

Jesus clearly stated His expectation that all of His followers would grow and make disciples (Matt. 28:19-20). He didn’t select a few special individuals and set out to change the world through them. Rather, He chose a wide variety of people of all walks and stations in life. They all became disciples who made disciples […]

The Core of Every World-Impacting Movement

The Core of Every World-Impacting Movement

Within the last twenty centuries, disciple making like Jesus and Paul modeled has ignited and fueled many movements of Christendom—disciples becoming like Christ making disciples of the people they did life with each day. Movements aren’t made of professional men and women fulfilling their role in the Church to keep the doors open.  True movements […]

Jesus the Disciple Maker

Jesus the Disciple Maker

This blog is an excerpt from the free eBook, Becoming a Disciple Maker. Download it free here. As we read the gospels, we see Jesus as the master disciple maker. He spent most of His time and the best of His time in public ministry focused on that one thing. Jesus was all about relating […]

Intro to Becoming a Disciple Maker

Intro to Becoming a Disciple Maker

This blog is an excerpt from the free eBook, Becoming a Disciple Maker. Download it free here. In late 2016, a group of national disciple making experts gathered to spend time developing a paradigm by which people could evaluate their effectiveness as disciple makers. We received input from seasoned leaders, female and male alike, and […]

5 Reflections on the National Disciple Making Forum

5 Reflections on the National Disciple Making Forum

Wow! Our second annual National Disciple Making Forum just ended. I am thrilled and grateful to God for the results. We saw lives changed, as over 1,400 pastors and leaders joined us. Seventeen different networks/organizations led specialized tracks on Jesus’ style disciple making. Our post-forum survey of attendees showed that 90 percent of respondents gave […]