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Category: Discipleship

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Finding the Pathway To True Wisdom In A Land Of Relativism

by Jim Putman: What is wisdom? The dictionary defines wisdom as the ability to discern what is true or right. This is a problematic definition for me because our modern culture believes that what is right for you is right for you and what is right for me is right for me. So–how do we discern what […]

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Draw In Good People

by Regi Campbell: Take a look at how Jesus engaged men to become His disciples and ultimately the first disciple makers. As I read the New Testament, I see two keys to how Jesus drew people to himself: Jesus had a good reputation in general. We know He “grew in wisdom […]

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Think Disciples, Not Steeples

by Bill Hull and Bobby Harrington: The gospel and covenant commitment we wrote about in Chapter 1 of the free eBook, Evangelism or Discipleship: Can They Effectively Work Together? will ensure that evangelism more naturally leads to discipleship. The process takes us beyond a focus on decisions to a focus on entering […]

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Components of a Christ like Leader

by Peyton Jones: Self-controlled; upright, holy, and disciplined:Together, these make a complete picture. They represent a man whose eyes aren’t darting at every boob job at church, or streaming internet porn behind the office door. In the end, you’re known for being consistent throughout your life because the eyes of God […]

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Communicating Spiritual Growth in a Multicultural Global City Context with Darryl Dash

by Rich Birch: Welcome to the unSeminary podcast. We’re honored to have Darryl Dash with us today from Liberty Grace Church in Toronto. Liberty Grace Church is unusual in that it’s a fairly small church with a storefront that meets at four o’clock in the afternoon in the middle of […]

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What We Will *Not* Be Asked… at the Day of Judgement

by Bobby Harrington: At Discipleship·org, our discipleship-first mantra views life through the lens of being disciples who make disciples. To be most fully alive is to walk with Jesus, live out the priorities we find in his life. It is loving people as Jesus loved people. But let’s not study […]

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Leadership Conversations with Mac Lake

by Peyton Jones: This week I have something new for you. Last month I was able to sit down with my good friends and great leader, Mac Lake. In this conversation, we talk about the call to church planting, building a team, and maximizing your team’s calling. I’m keeping this […]

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Create Discipleship Disruption

by Regi Campbell: If we want to generate curiosity about this way of life, we need to think outside the box. And we can learn from the marketers who make other ways of life look so attractive. Marketers create disruption. For example, Brooks Brothers shows you an image of an extremely […]

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Why Andy Stanley is Right About Reaching Post-Christians

by Carey Nieuwhof: If you want to reach post-Christian, post-modern people—in other words, the next generation—how do you do it, effectively? Although you might not know it if you just perused social media, the majority of churches are plateaued or dying. And even among growing churches, not all growth is coming […]

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Shifting From Inviting To to Inviting Along

by Jason C. Dukes: We are only able to understand what someone is communicating to us by using the way of thinking and understanding that comes naturally to us. We process through our current paradigm, not the paradigm of the person proposing something to us. Such is the case with […]