A 2 Timothy 2:2 Strategy

An introduction to “Becoming a Disciple-Maker’s”
Life-to-Life process

Most of us are familiar with the term discipleship. “Becoming a Disciple-Maker’s” ministry focuses on a more descriptive term, disciple-making. What sets these two terms, discipleship and disciple-making apart? 

Discipleship typically describes traditional Christian education in general

Disciple-making describes effective Christian follow up by establishing a one-to-one discipling process at your church. A group of more mature believers are selected and trained to become equipped Disciple-Makers. When a new Christian or new member joins your church, they are offered a friendship with one of these trained Disciple-Makers. They meet one-to-one once per week, usually for coffee, breakfast, lunch, or dinner for about 1 ½ hours and learn to develop spiritual growth skills. The goal is for each new Christian to establish a friendship – become a self-feeder from the Word of God – grow spiritually – and then share their faith with others resulting in spiritual multiplication!

Chuck out their web site and tool kit here: https://disciple-maker.org/home/


Who are You?

As Pastors and ministry leaders, we tend to identify ourselves by our role and title. But even when these circumstances are good, this identity is changeable and insecure. Instead, we need to more fully discover and appropriate our new, spiritual, unshakeable identity in Christ. Rose Publishing produces a pamphlet: “Who I Am in Christ: 14 Keys to Understanding Your Identity in Christ.” Here is a sample in PDF: Rose Bible eCharts WhoIAm 14Keys