[featured_image]Six months of posting every day to my blog has been quite a challenge – but I’ve enjoyed it. I hope you’ve been encouraged or challenged by some of what I’ve posted. Here are the top posts so far for the month of June 2012…
The Best of June (as of June 30, 2012)
1. Don’t Plant a Church! (June 14, 2012)
…Instead, start making disciples! Take your team, train them, equip them to be disciplemakers. Do what Jesus called us to do. Begin by making disciples, and make disciples who will make disciples, and then gather those disciples together and send them out to make more disciples. (Watch the video)
2. 8 Responsibilities of Team Leaders (June 3, 2012)
If you are leading a team, whether in a ministry or mission context, your team expects you to lead. Even if you are new to leading, the responsibility for providing clear direction and leadership falls on you. Here are a few responsibilities that you should pay attention to as a leader.
3. CPM Principles: Key To Reaching UPGs (June 19, 2012)
(Guest Post by Younoussa Djao) Today – the principles of CPMs are the “Golden Key” to reach UPGs. People that are implementing this, even imperfectly, are seeing breakthroughs. After six months, another church planter has started seven churches. Another leader working for years within UPGs has seen 37 churches planted. Now there are more than 1600 churches in 48 months.
4. 8 Ways to Support Missionaries (June 9, 2012)
One of our supporting churches is Crossroads Bible Church in Bellevue, Washington. They encourage us, pray for us, contribute financially to our support, and care personally for our family. Here’s a list of practical ways they suggest to connect with CBC missionaries.
5. Disciplemaking: Cross + Community + Culture (June 22, 2012)
Every believer has a responsibility to take the message of the cross together in community with other Christians to those in the culture around them. This is how disciplemaking happens. If Christians simply hang out together with other Christians and enjoy the personal benefits of the cross – but they don’t take the cross to those in the culture around them, they are disobeying Jesus who sends every believer on mission to make disciples.
Review the posts above and consider what action steps to take to align with the mission of Jesus!