Webinar: How Can You Invest in a Few to Build a Disciple Making Culture in Your Church?

Webinar: How Can You Invest in a Few to Build a Disciple Making Culture in Your Church? 2018-10-04T21:32:11+00:00

Featuring: Craig Etheredge

Time: Monday, October 8th at 1:00 pm Central Time

Description

We will discuss the three essential ingredients for creating a disciple making culture. Craig has pastored in the inner city and in the suburbs, and yet he has discovered how to transform any church culture into a disciple making culture.

No matter the state of your church, you can change the culture to one that is making disciples and ignites a movement. Craig will also speak to the one ancient method for producing this culture in your church. This kind of culture can’t be microwaved, it has to be built one life at a time. It doesn’t come from a program or ministry resource, it comes from one life investing in another life.

During this webinar, Craig and I will also discuss some practical ways to begin a “movement of investment” among the people you shepherd.

We will discuss the details about how to start groups, how to choose the right tools, how to find time to lead groups in your already packed schedule and the benefits of personal investment.

Webinar: How Can You Invest in a Few to Build a Disciple Making Culture in Your Church?

Presenter

Craig Etheredge

Craig is the Founder and President of discipleFIRST Ministries. He is a gifted communicator, author, and Bible teacher. Craig and his family moved to Colleyville, Texas in July 2007 to serve as lead pastor of First Baptist Church where he currently serves. In addition to leading the local church, Craig is involved in the local community serving on the Board of Directors for Baylor Hospital, Grapevine, Board of Directors of Christian Counseling Associates, Mission Board SBTC, Chaplain for the Colleyville Police Department, and football chaplain for Birdville High School. He has a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.