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What’s So Dangerous About Misinterpreting the Bible?

By Daniel McCoy: Dr. Orpheus J. Heyward is involved every day in the trenches helping people to be disciples of Jesus. He uses the Word of God as his foundational manual for disciple making. And yet … there are many people with questions about Scripture. The following is a Question […]


Disciple Making must be Fueled by Solid Theology

By Discipleship.org: We change our oil every 3,000 miles. We rotate our tires every 6,000 miles. We can check lights, fluids, and tire pressure regularly. We can even subscribe to Motor Trend. Yet we can still run out of gas. My guess is that if you’re receiving this newsletter, then […]


The Great Adventure

Following Jesus By Craig Etheredge: Jesus gave the same invitation to everyone. It was simple, direct, and called for a decision. It could be accepted or denied, but not ignored. The invitation was simply, “Follow me.” More than twenty-four times in the Gospels, Jesus invited people to follow Him. He […]


Conversion, Theology, and Discipleship

By Discipleship.org: Dear Discipleship-first Friends, We need good theology to fuel disciple making in North America. Please make time to read the long-form blog by Discipleship.org’s Curt Erskine as he seeks to ground us in a deeper theology to fuel disciple making. Conversion, Theology, and Discipleship by Curt Erskine Just […]


A Pandemic-Proof Plan for 2021

By Dylan Young: Last March, this Kentucky fan could not believe his eyes when he saw the headlines that the SEC and NCAA basketball tournaments were canceled because of some sickness called the Coronavirus. My dreams of watching the Wildcats go on another Final Four run were gone just like that. I honestly […]


Top 10 Forward-Thinking Trends for Disciple Makers

By Bobby Harrington: When it comes to disciple making, how is the North American Church doing? Every year, around the top of the year, Discipleship.org publishes an article covering the top disciple making trends we see currently happening, based upon the learnings of our team and the thirty plus organizations […]


Three Outcomes of a Disciple Making Foundation

By Justin Gravitt: Luke 6:46-49, “Why do you call me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ and do not do what I say? I will show you what he like who comes to me and hears my words and puts them into practice. He is like a man building a house, who dug down […]

Five Best Places To Start Fishing

By Stan Rodda: Scrap the mental image that fishing for men looks like a lone fisherman on a boat with a flannel shirt and a PBR hat. When Jesus said, “Follow Me and I will make you fishers of men,” He was talking about fishing in the context of a […]


Trusting the Spirit Enough to Keep Quiet

By Discipleship.org: Shut your mouth. That sounds a little harsh, I know, but track with me… To make disciples who make disciples, there is great value in keeping quiet. This has been the most consistently challenging, beneficial, and practical disciple-making lesson the Holy Spirit has taught me. It is a […]


Letter to “Almost Disciple Makers”

By Justin Gravitt: Hey, I’m trying to write more letters and God brought you to mind. First, I just want to say that your passion for God is obvious. You take the time to study and apply the Scriptures. Your heart for Jesus is clear. There’s no doubt that He’s […]