Ben Connelly discusses incorporating and discipling kids in missional communities. (Part 3)
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.
Ben Connelly discusses incorporating kids in missional communities. (Part 2)
Ben Connelly discuesses incorporating kids in missional communities. (Part 1)
Francis Chan reminds us to find joy even through the difficult times of ministry.
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.
Paul Tripp discusses how to disciple children for mission.
There is a hidden barrier to discipleship and mission. It can creep in and destroy mission and discipleship before you know it. Find out more.
Jeff Vanderstelt discusses making disciples.
Sho Baraka expresses the need for a holistic approach to addressing the complex issues in the urban community.
Jeff Vanderstelt asks the question, “What are you making disciples of?”
When one looks at “fully formed disciples” you’ll have to look back to the Scriptures and start asking some questions, or at least see how God has always formed his people and for what reason.
David Platt answers the question, “If I want to make discipleship more of a priority, where do I start?”
Matt Carter talks about four reasons we should be passionate about the nations.
Seth McBee shares what he has found out, practically, about the devil as he has tried to live out the mission of making disciples in his suburban neighborhood.
David Platt and Francis Chan of Multiply talk about the role of prayer and the Holy Spirit in the process of evangelism and making disciples.