One thing I really enjoy in my work with Discipleship.org is getting a front-row seat as I watch and listen to top disciple makers.
I wanted to share some of that with you by way of “best practices”. Here are 5 of the best practices I’ve seen in disciple makers around the country and beyond:
1. They make disciple making the top priority
These leaders are clear that disciple making is the core mission of the church and their first priority.
Ralph Moore, founder of the Hope Chapel Movement, put it this way: “Disciple making is the focus – it is 90 percent of church multiplication.”
Dann Spader of Sonlife Ministries and Global Youth Initiative is creating disciple-making movements in more than one hundred countries and he describes their disciple-making leaders as “bleeders” by which he means, “They are so committed to disciple-making that if you cut them, they will bleed it.”
For King Jesus,
Sign up for the 2019 National Disciple Making Forum in Nashville, November 7-8 by clicking here.
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