Where are the proven multipliers?
Do you know any? I’m wondering where they are?
Specifically, I’m looking for men and and women who have strategically multiplied disciples and leaders who make disciples who make disciples.

My good friend and colleague Kirk Anderson has a great blog focused on urban Disciple Making Movements. You can learn more about Kirk here. He is committed to inspiring disciple makers to think and act strategically to reach their cities.

Best Thoughts on Disciplemaking | missionalchallenge.com

Jesus started a disciplemaking movement. He made disciples who made disciples who made disciples. Will you join the movement?
Over the past several years, my passion for disciplemaking and disciplemaking movements continues to grow.

Start Multiplying Disciples | missionalchallenge.com

Jesus sent His disciples to make disciples to make disciples to make disciples!
However, many followers of Jesus have never actually made a disciple and don’t know how to make disciples.

Two questions I try to reflect on every day:
What do I need to repent of?
What do I need to repeat?

Journey Guide: Engaging Culture | missionalchallenge.com

In The Missional Journey by Bog Logan, I had the privilege of contributing my “commentary” as well as compiling Journey Guides at the end of each chapter to help groups of believers take further steps to live out the principles in the book.
If you want to take significant action toward engaging culture, the Journey Guide will help you accomplish this.

Coaching is a Relationship with a Purpose | missionalchallenge.com

Here is a simple way to describe coaching to someone:
Coaching is a relationship with a purpose.
Tom Nebel and Gary Rohrmayer describe the coaching relationship like this…

5 Ideas for Parent Churches | missionalchallenge.com

My children are now in their twenties. I love the ways that our relationship has changed over the past 20+ years. And I love being their dad. My role has changed – but I will always be my kid’s dad. What a blessing!

Greg VanderMeer: Fair Haven Church
Followers of Jesus need to know the answer to this question.
Followers of Jesus need to live out the mission of the church.

I think Jesus was more interested in making cookies than creating cookie jars. It seems like many churches in America today, and in other parts of the world, seem to be obsessed with cookie jars. Even though Jesus didn’t have much to say about cookie jars, most pastors want one that’s full of cookies.