Tag: Bill Hull
What Makes You a Disciple Making Pastor?
by Bobby Harrington: Bill Hull and I have joined together to urge pastors to learn how to focus on truly making disciples. Let me explain . . . There is general agreement among pastors that making disciples is central to the church’s mission. It is a curious phenomenon, then, that […]
A Discipleship Revolution
If we’re going to see revival in twenty-first century churches across America, it’s not going to happen without a discipleship revolution. This revolution needs to happen everywhere—in Baptist churches in Missouri, in Anglican churches in Arizona, in Pentecostal churches in Pennsylvania, in non-denominational churches in California, and beyond. It will […]
Evangelism and Discipleship: Can They Effectively Work Together?
by Bill Hull and Bobby Harrington: Over the years of doing and leading ministry in the local church, we both agree that the church’s most difficult problem is not growth or the revolving door as some might say. But rather, the church’s deepest challenge lies in convincing its citizens that who […]
Disciples Come in All Shapes and Sizes
by Bill Hull: We should notice that Jesus calls different disciples to different roles, and during his life on earth, disciples followed him in different ways. In the come and see period of his first four months of ministry, Jesus collected more followers that the twelve who became closest to him. […]
How Spiritual Disciplines Form Habits
by Bill Hull: When we start to train our mind to look at life differently, a great struggle will ensue. And if this training is not in the context of supportive relationships, we will probably fail. Lack of relational support is also why so many people gain weight back after significant […]
Taking the “I” Out of Discipleship
by Bill Hull and Brandon Cook: The first, and perhaps the most obvious, problem with The Human Paradigm is that we never arrive! Have you noticed that X is ever-elusive? The closer you get to it, the farther away you realize it is! This plays out in life all the time, […]