If the mission to make disciples is that clear, why do we ignore Jesus and pursue other things so far down the list of “to-dos”?
Jesus commanded the disciples to develop a disciple-making culture where all of life becomes the platform for disciple-making Here are 6 questions to ask to see if you're on the right track.
You cannot call yourself a disciple of Christ and NOT be a disciplemaker. But we cannot let our discipleship occur at the expense of being a disciple. Find out why.
According to Alan Hirsch, danger is good for us. Find out why in this short video clip from the Verge Conference.
We have an extremely individualistic view of evangelism and discipleship - we see people as an isolated individual. This leads to impotent forms of evangelism and discipleship.
Don't ignore it... There is something different about you
What does incarnational mission look like? Hugh Halter explains in this clip from Verge.
Catalytic leaders create a culture of forward movement. Learn how to lead forward from Dave Ferguson in this short video clip from Verge.
"The unwasted life is the life that puts Christ on display as supremely valuable... A God-centered theology has to be a missionary theology." John Piper
Francis Chan, Matt Carter, Alan Hirsch and Odd Thomas all exhort and challenge us to keep Jesus at the center of all we are and do in these inspiring videos.
Is there a more fruitful way to disciple than simply giving all we can to as many as possible? Find out in the Part 3 of this series on disciple-making.
Jeff Vanderstelt, pastor and leader of SOMA Communities in Tacoma, WA, begins his talk with this phrase, "If you don't know the context in which you are doing ministry, then you are going to be pretty ineffective for ministry." He goes on to unpack the essence of leadership as knowledge, belief, and skill, and explains the biblical principle of making our leadership transferrable.