See Lives Transformed
Why 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.
We at Logan Leadership have put together a new website as a service to those wanting to live more incarnationally and missionally. If you want a site that empowers your people to help each other along that journey, you’ve been looking for Journey Together Now. This...read more
Yesterday, we heard from Brian Williamson. The book he's been using in his ministry is called Building a Discipling Culture. One of the really helpful things in this book is the quadrant it provides for exploring the invitation-challenge model. In the context of...read more
Everyone says, “We need to live differently. We need to live more incarnationally, more missionally?” But what does that look like? And how do we actually do it? What are the key indicators that we’re moving in the right direction? We see the need. Now we need the...read more
Discern spiritual curiosity Share the story of Jesus Help others follow Jesus Seeing as it was the last thing Jesus told us to do before his ascension, we should spend some quality time thinking through what it means to make disciples. How do we make disciples? What...read more
Love God *Engage with God *Listen to the Spirit *Experience transformation What does it look like to love God? A million different ways. The quiet man who runs prayer retreat center in the mountains and the gregarious businesswoman in New York who seems to know...read more
I was recently asked in a blog comment to define what I mean by incarnational, missional ministry. I’ve actually been asked that same question in a number of different ways, but this may be the most direct articulation of it. Essentially, what do I mean when I say...read more
Not to be self-promotional or anything, but my most recent book saw its biggest bulk purchase ever over the holidays. One church bought a copy of Making Life Count for each person in their congregation as a Christmas present—over 3,000 copies. In case you haven’t seen...read more