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.
After I got married, I was still going to grad school. So during the summer I needed to get a job. My good friend Doug Rens was a framer for Lee Bolin Builders. He read the blueprints and laid out the houses as they were being framed.
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)
For the past nine months, I’ve been coaching Russ Johnson, a church planter in Asheville, North Carolina. Russ has written a post on how their church has transitioned to become a disciplemaking church.
Don’t start churches to make disciples.
How do you feed your soul?How will you become spiritually strong?
David Garrison describes church planting movements (CPMs) as “a rapid multiplication of indigenous churches planting churches that sweeps through a people group or population segment.”