Disciple Making remains our primary goal as church so what principles should guide us in the process?
Following Jesus is primarily about being and making disciples, but what is the goal of this process and why do so many resist it?
It has become clearer recently that some of our approaches and strategies for discipleship are not enough.
When it comes to making disciples we have a role to play as leaders to inspire people on their discipleship journey. How can we do this?
I recently finished reading “The Other Half of Church” by Jim Wilder & Michel Hendricks. I’m on a journey to discover what works for discipleship in our culture and I think this book is part of that puzzle.
How do people actually grow in their faith? How do we make disciples? How has our culture given us fresh challenges as we seek to do this?