Jo Saxton discusses why discipleship is so important.
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by George Patterson You can multiply disciples doing these four simple things: Know and love the people you disciple. Mobilize your disciples to edify immediately those they are discipling. Teach and practice obedience to Jesus’ basic commands, in love, before and above all else. Build loving, edifying accountability relationships between disciples and churches in order to reproduce churches. In… Read More »
Alan Hirsch answers, “Why is discipleship important?”
John O. shares how homelessness is not stupid.
Alan Hirsch discusses why evangelism cannot be out focus.
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Caesar Kalinowski shares 6 simple ways to make disciples without adding anything to your schedule.
In Plain Sight seeks to develop a holistic strategy for discipling America’s true urban: those in plain sight.
A spoken word from Odd Thomas on Disciple Making.
by George Patterson Our Lord sends us to disciple every “nation” (people group) by training them to obey all His commands (Matt 28:18-20). This means that we disciple a “nation” only when it is permeated by obedient disciples who also disciple other unevangelized peoples. So we don’t fulfill the mandate by simply starting one missional community amidst a people…. Read More »
Alan Hirsch discusses the essentials to a missional movement.
Growing up, Marco struggled with everything from violence to drug abuse to theft. Through God’s redemptive love, Marco turns away from the Machismo culture around him in pursuit of a better life in Jesus.
Francis Chan reminds us to find joy even through the difficult times of ministry.
Josh Reeves of We Are Soma shares a few practical examples of simple things you can begin doing to bring gospel intentionality to your schedule.
Caesar Kalinowski shares what makes discipleship intentional.
Alan Hirsch discusses why Christianity without Christ is toxic.
David Platt discusses the tragic cost of non-discipleship.
Alan Hirsch discusses how evangelism creates consumers.