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Disciplemaking means living in personal obedience to the great commission given by Jesus, which entails making more and better followers of Christ. "Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy...read more
Generous living means investing well what God has given us—whether that be our spiritual gifts, our homes, our time, our money, or anything else God has entrusted to us. We are to practice generosity in line with our beliefs and what we are hearing from God. We are to...read more
There are few better ways to reflect the heart of God for people than through sacrificial service. Followers of Jesus who engage in sacrificial service to others build significantly more credibility with people of all belief systems than those who do not regularly...read more
Spiritual responsiveness describes how we choose to respond to the work of God in our lives. It involves actively listening and then taking action according to what we are hearing. God is present and at work in the world, drawing us closer to him. How we decide to...read more
Experiencing God means intentionally and consistently engaging with God in such a way that you open yourself to deeper understanding of him and deeper relationship with him. We are to use our minds, our bodies, our souls, and our emotions to love him. He answered,...read more
Defining Discipleship If we are to assess ourselves accurately in the area of our discipleship, we need to know what standard we are measuring ourselves against. Just as an archer must know what the target looks like and where it is in order to hit it accurately, we...read more
We all want to live and love like Jesus. We want to serve as his hands, feet and voice in the world around us. We want increasingly to live a life of true discipleship. Yet we often fall short. Taking a close look at our own walk of discipleship is a difficult thing...read more
For those of you responsible for overseeing churches started, a new book by Tom Nebel and Steve Pike was recently released. Leading Church Multiplication has clearly been written by people who have sat in your chair. They have sought to stimulate and resource church...read more
When you make a disciple, that’s not the end of the story. That disciple then goes on to make other disciples, who go on to make other disciples. The domino effect is the multiplication of disciples. So when you have a new believer, don’t remove them from their...read more
New believers, if they have not already connected with a group of believers before they began following Jesus, need to get involved in some type of faith community. That can be a small group, a house church, a life transformation group (LTG), a missional group-- but...read more
Teach new believers “spiritual breathing.” Exhaling: The confession of sin is necessary for a disciple to learn and grow. Without confession, there is no cleansing. “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all...read more
Here’s what to do with new believers right after they come to faith, preferably within the first two days: Baptize as quickly and as publicly as you can. Have the new believer bring as many friends and family members as is possible to the baptism. Extend the offer to...read more