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Category: Philosophy of Ministry

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My Top 5 Recent Reflections on American Disciple Making

by Bobby Harrington: Summer is almost upon us and many of us take this time of transition to reflect and to look forward. Discipleship.org exists to help you find success in making disciples. When you choose to be a disciple who makes disciples, we call you a hero, and our […]

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SABOTAGE

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: In France, the efforts of the French Resistance were significant enough to make a significant impact on the outcome of the war. They dismantled tank treads, put sand in the grease of vehicles, and stole ball bearings. Sabotage. It’s the enemy’s […]

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ACTS 1 & 2

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: Acts was not written to show us how to do church. It was written to show us how to do churches. Acts was written to show us how the church expands; how the West was won. From day one at Pentecost, […]

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5 Key Questions You Should Ask If Your Church Isn’t Growing

Chances are you didn’t get into leadership to see your church stop accomplishing its mission. One of the primary missions of the local church is to reach new people with Christ’s love, which, naturally, implies growth. But almost every church (and almost every organization) faces seasons in which growth stops. […]

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COMMANDO SCHOOL

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: There are a few essential bits of training that a core team must have before they are deployed. Over the months that you will be training your core team, you need to emphasize the following resources, scriptures, and key concepts. The […]

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Leadership Development: Leading Your Team Well

by Healthy Growing Churches: In our first post this month on Leadership Development, we talked about how everything rises and falls on leadership. There’s much as stake in us getting this right. We then talked about how to lead ourselves well by keeping Christ as the First Thing. And then […]

Need to convince someone in leadership about what needs to change in order to connect guests at your church?

by Greg Curtis: Do you ever feel that you are not being heard by your senior leadership as you work in the trenches? Being a Sherpa who is leading people toward a summit of some kind can be exhausting, especially if you see the need for necessary changes and those […]

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Accountability You Can Sink Your Teeth Into

by Jim Putman, The word accountability has been subtly stolen from us by our enemy. He’s happy to distort accountability by either of two errors. Many call their small groups “accountability groups”, but all they do is share their struggles. They don’t do anything to help one another change, usually […]

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Discipleship and the Church

by Downline: A few years back I was catching up with a friend who is on staff with a campus ministry. He loves the lost and has a real desire to see the world, and students in particular, come to faith and grow in maturity. As we discussed his plan […]

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How to Lead a Discovery Bible Study

by Alex Absalom: In your group life, do you find that only a few people feel confident to share what they see in the Bible? Would you like a simple viral way to train others in how to read the Bible… and wonder if Discovery Bible Study might be a […]