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.

A map for discipleship

A map for discipleship

If you actually want to get where you’re going, you need a map to help you navigate. Only a map can give you an indication of whether you’re getting closer to or further away from your goal. Without one, all of us are left wandering in circles. We have another free...

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What God sounds like

What God sounds like

By guest blogger Mark Foster Recently Bob wrote a blog entry about the devotional book Jesus Calling. I use that book as well and have for more than a year now. What was especially compelling for me is that the words Sarah Young shares match the experience of the way...

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Jesus calling

Jesus calling

I normally don’t like daily devotionals, but in our church gathering we’ve been working through one together and we’ve seen numbers of people who have been very helped by this book. Jesus Calling, by Sarah Young, consists of a series of very short, one-page thoughts,...

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Exercise: knowing, being, and doing

Exercise: knowing, being, and doing

Here’s a great exercise I picked up from Dave DeVries. If you want to make not just disciples, but disciplemakers-- people who can make other disciples-- try this out with your team. Sit down together and brainstorm your own list in the following three categories: ...

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Focused discipleship

Focused discipleship

This blog entry is part of a series of three that focuses on the three environments for making disciples: peer-to-peer discipleship, guided discipleship, and focused discipleship. Each of these represents a relational, intentional way to make disciples within our...

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Guided discipleship

Guided discipleship

This blog entry is part of a series of three that focuses on the three environments for making disciples: peer-to-peer discipleship, guided discipleship, and focused discipleship. Each of these represents a relational, intentional way to make disciples within our...

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Peer-to-peer discipleship

Peer-to-peer discipleship

This blog entry is part of a series of three that focuses on the three environments for making disciples: peer-to-peer discipleship, guided discipleship, and focused discipleship. Each of these represents a relational, intentional way to make disciples within our...

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New research on discipleship

New research on discipleship

You might be interested to know that a new resource has come out. Eric Geiger, Michael Kelley, and Philip Nation have a new book called Transformational Discipleship: How people really grow. It consists of compilations of interviews with church leaders who focus on...

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Discipleship as a jigsaw puzzle

Lately I’ve been thinking about discipleship. What has my own discipleship journey looked like? How has God discipled me? It’s usually not been very linear—more like a jigsaw puzzle. He’ll point something out over here and I work on that for a while. Then something...

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Webinar: Nonlinear Discipleship

Are you feeling stuck in your discipleship methods? Do you feel like what you’re trying just doesn’t seem to be producing the results you’d hoped for? I’ve got a new webinar coming up that’s geared toward helping find a new approach—nonlinear discipleship. During this...

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