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The Urgency of the Hour in Disciple Making

November 2018 Blog Theme: Finishing the Race of Disciple Making It was late in Jesus’ ministry. Already he had invested over three years of his life into a group of men who he believed would carry on the movement he had begun. The future looked promising. Just a few months earlier, Jesus told his disciples in […]

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Multiply Your Life

November 2018 Blog Theme: Finishing the Race of Disciple Making The choice to make disciples is the choice to multiply your life. It is the choice to think beyond your own interests and yourself, and begin to look at the bigger picture of God’s work on the earth and how you can play a part in […]

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Stay the Course

November 2018 Blog Theme: Finishing the Race of Disciple Making Making disciples is a marathon, not a sprint. It is a life-long commitment, not a spontaneous fad that withers over time. Over the years, I have seen people begin with a fiery passion to walk with God, reach their world and invest in a few, only […]

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Dealing with Disappointment in Disciple Making

November 2018 Blog Theme: Finishing the Race of Disciple Making As you invest your life in people, some will disappoint you. There will be people you poured your life into who never really take hold of Jesus and follow Him completely. There will be some that start strong but fall away. Others will oppose you and […]

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The Paradigm Shift of Disciple Making

November 2018 Blog Theme: Finishing the Race of Disciple Making Dietrich Bonhoeffer grew up in an upper middle-class German family of doctors and scientists. So when he told his parents that he wanted to study theology, they were not that excited. Dietrich later became one of the world’s foremost theologians and thinkers of the 20th century. […]

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The Importance of Godly Character

November 2018 Blog Theme: Finishing the Race of Disciple Making William Law was born at Kings Cliffe, Northhamptonshire, England in 1686. He was a well-educated, Cambridge man who loved the Lord and served Him faithfully. Because of his unwillingness to compromise his convictions by signing an Oath of Allegiance to new Hanoverian sovereign, George I, Law […]

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What is a Core Competency?

July 2018 Blog Theme: How to Make Disciples Who Make Disciples In the early 1990’s, a new brand of business management theory began to gain traction. C.K. Prahalad and Gary Hamel wrote an article entitled, “The Core Competence of the Corporation”, in which they taught that healthy companies have certain core competencies or skills that distinguish […]

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The Holy Spirit’s Job—and Yours

July 2018 Blog Theme: How to Make Disciples Who Make Disciples Ignace Jan Paderewski (1860-1941), was a prodigy pianist and composer. He took piano lessons at age six. He entered the Warsaw Conservatory at age twelve, and by eighteen, he was appointed as a professor. He was a Master piano composer and concert performer; mesmerizing audiences […]

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Why Groups?

July 2018 Blog Theme: How to Make Disciples Who Make Disciples After you’ve had individual conversations with potential disciples (see more about this in Week Three of Investing in a Few), it’s time to gather these new disciples into a group. Years ago, there was quite a bit of discussion among disciple-makers as to whether discipleship should […]

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Whom Should You Disciple?

July 2018 Blog Theme: How to Make Disciples Who Make Disciples Once you have a good idea about the product and process of disciple-making (see more about this in Week Three of Investing in a Few), it’s time to get down to the practice of making disciples. How do you make a disciple? Where do you begin? […]

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