Dave Gibbons discusses why discipleship is so important.
Jo Saxton discusses why discipleship is so important.
Alan Hirsch answers, "Why is discipleship important?"
A spoken word from Odd Thomas on Disciple Making.
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. Here are 4 practical ways how.
Alan Hirsch discusses the essentials to a missional movement.
Caesar Kalinowski shares what makes discipleship intentional.
Paul Tripp discusses how to disciple children for mission.
Mike Breen looks more at that idea of fruitfulness and why we should put all of our time, attention and energy into it.
Paul Tripp answers the question, “How can I normalize ministry for my children?”
Pastor David Platt discusses what discipleship looks like on a day-to-day basis.
"I was learning to listen to again, but the Lord would only give me so much and then I had to do something about it. I was learning to listen and put into practice."
Are our development programs about releasing leaders to the missional frontier? Or, more likely, are they about recruiting volunteers to keep the machine of the church running?
A story of how discipleship and community can change a life.
How celebrity, consumerism and competition are killing the church in America.
"This process helped me realize that our Community Group that we had led was great and God used it in mighty ways, but it was incomplete."
The secrets to community are based on understanding how God created the church to exist and function. What could happen if our groups learned to live them out?
We are used to running programs and 501c3 organizations yet don't understand how the church is supposed to function like a family.