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 discipleship assessment retreat

A discipleship assessment retreat

When we were in the beta testing phase of our discipleship assessment instrument, Tad Blackburn, pastor with The Vineyard Church, decided to try out the assessment in a retreat setting. He shares here from his experience:    When we started with the discipleship...

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Dimensions of Discipleship Guides

Dimensions of Discipleship Guides

Looking for resources for your small group ministry? We have a new set of discipleship guides available… one guide for each of the 8 areas shown here on the tree of discipleship.  (You can double-click the tree to enlarge it if you'd like.) Designed to be interactive,...

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Discipleship changes everything

Discipleship changes everything

Lately I’ve been thinking through how Jesus made disciples, based on my observations of scripture. I’ll post one insight per day here. You can find all of them by searching “How Jesus made disciples” on my blog.  Jesus assumed discipleship to be holistic in nature,...

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Making disciples and raising children

Making disciples and raising children

Jesus treated different people differently. As we look through the stories in scripture, we see he didn’t recommend the same course of action to everyone. Rather, he treated them according to what they needed in order to move forward. Why should the way we make...

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Discipleship pitfall #1: All head

Discipleship pitfall #1: All head

When we over-emphasize knowledge in our approach to discipleship, we end up with a classroom approach. Discipleship is a checklist of things to read and know. It’s curriculum-based and doesn’t take into account where God is currently working in the life of an...

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Community transformation

Community transformation

Community transformation is the outwardly visible result of how we live in the world corporately as followers of Jesus. To be engaged in community transformation means that we, as followers of Jesus, are actively contributing to positive change in the broader...

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Authentic relationships

Authentic relationships

Authentic relationships are one of the most clear, visible evidences of our relationship with God. Jesus told his disciples we would be known by our love. It’s the most readily recognizable characteristic of a disciple of Jesus. We are called to engage with other...

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