Discipleship

See Lives Transformed

Discipleship - Logan LeadershipWhy did you go into ministry in the first place? Most likely you wanted to make disciples, see lives changed, see the Kingdom of God advanced. You wanted to see transformation.

Churches and ministries only grow as well as the disciples they develop. It’s time to go back to the basics with a focus on discipleship. We can help you create a simple, relational, yet focused system that can help you get traction for making disciples at all levels.

Value outside of the spotlight

Value outside of the spotlight

The spotlight can feel pretty good. However, in a world where everything we do is posted on social media for the approval—or disapproval—of others, the words of Jesus ring especially true today:  “Watch out! Don’t do your good deeds publicly, to be admired by others,...

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Discipling movements are happening!

Discipling movements are happening!

You are a ministry leader trying to cultivate multiplying movements of disciples. It can be lengthy process and it is easy to become discouraged when people don't respond in the timeline you gave yourself. Especially as the stats continue to point toward the decline...

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Are your methods outdated?

Are your methods outdated?

What’s one of the biggest pitfalls experienced leaders fall into as they mentor and develop leaders from the younger generation? Defaulting to methods instead of principles. It’s so easy for us to think that what worked well for us will work well for someone else. But...

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Who should you invest in?

Who should you invest in?

Who should you invest in? Even when we are willing to spend the time required for real relational investment, sometimes we have a challenge in finding the right people to mentor.  3 Steps to Identify Young Leaders to Invest in  1. Pray with your eyes open The most...

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Creating a Church Culture of Honor

Creating a Church Culture of Honor

That title might sound old-fashioned in today’s world. Yet we know it’s something we want for our churches. And a culture of honor is not out of reach. The word honor means “high respect; great esteem.” What would our churches look like if everyone showed high respect...

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