I found this picture today on my friend Paul Madson’s facebook page. I love it!
One of the reasons that many pastors don’t personally disciple anyone is that they don’t know HOW to make disciples. That’s what one of my friends suggested to me in a recent email.
Dr. Paul Kaak is an associate professor of leadership at Azusa Pacific University and someone who has taught me a lot about living out the mission of Jesus.
For today’s post, I’ve joined the 7 Link Challenge posted by Darren Rowse on problogger.net. Here’s Darren’s challenge: Publish a post that is a list of 7 links to posts that you and others have written that respond to 7 categories listed below.
When I was in high school, I went on a missions trip to Guadalajara, Mexico during spring break with students from our church youth group.
To be a disciplemaker 1) you have to be with Jesus, and 2) you have to be with lost people. Here’s the incredible wisdom of Jesus disciplemaking strategy – what He did with His disciples is what He expected them to do with others. He called them to follow Him, and He expected them to call others to follow Him.
Christ’s strategy was disciplemaking! He invested in a few men, calling them to be with Him, grounding them in the truth of the gospel. Why? He invested in them so that when He returned to heaven, they would continue the work that He had begun.
Here’s the practical truth and wisdom of how Jesus made disciples…
Jesus said, “Go therefore and make disciples ” (Mt 28:19-20)