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What are Disciple Making Metrics?

We believe verifiable fruit is the measure. God’s agenda for each one of us is that we stay close to him and bear “fruit,” “more fruit,” and then ultimately “much fruit, showing yourselves to be my disciples” (John 15:8).  God also desires our ministries to be bearing “much fruit” as well. How do we know if we are bearing fruit and is effectively making disciples? To know if your ministry is bearing fruit you need, in some way, to measure certain benchmarks of growth.  But that brings up a lot of questions and can be a source of confusion or frustration for many leaders. As leaders, we need to develop metrics to measure personal growth, decide what to measure, and determine what these metrics look like for an individual and a church.

We want to help cut through any confusion or frustration you might have surrounding developing disciple-making metrics.  Join me as I will be a part of a Webinar panel discussing disciple-making metrics, hosted by Bobby Harrington withDiscipleship.org on Thursday, November, 12.  Myron Pierce, Dann Spader, and I will discuss and share our experience in developing the proper metrics to help you determine if your ministry is truly “bearing much fruit”.

This webinar is week 7 of a 10 – week Intensive series on “Holistic Disciple Making”. 
The webinar will be held on November 12, 2020, @ 10:00 a.m. (CST).
Please join us, because it will be well worth your time!

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