My friend and colleague in the Missionary Church Western District, Len Sunukjian, sent me a link to an article today in Charisma magazine entitled – Discipleship is Not a Dirty Word. While I’ve never personally viewed “discipleship” as a dirty word, I agree with these statements:
I visited the dentist recently. It was a routine check-up. I head there every six months or so.
I read an interesting article online that points out that the state of Washington is 45th in church membership and attendance.
Where do you find leaders in a church plant?
I’ve been challenged as I’ve been reading the book T4T: A Discipleship ReRevolution.
Every Church Planter would benefit from personal coaching!
Church Planters often recognize they need a coach, but how do they find the right coach? (see 5 Reasons Why Church Planters Need a Coach)
The number one limiting factor in reaching the harvest is leadership. The future of the church is in its leaders.
T4T is an all-inclusive process of training believers over the course of 12-18 months to witness to the lost and train new believers to form reproducing discipleship communities generation by generation.
The Bible Storying method is an excellent disciplemaking strategy. It’s based on the reality that “even if people like learning through reading, reading by itself is not the best way to move information from the head to the heart.” (Real Life Discipleship, p 156)