Have you ever noticed how often eating together shows up in the gospels? It could be argued that the Way of Jesus has grown across the planet because people ate together. “While they were eating … Jesus said, ‘Do this to remember Me.’” (Luke 22) “All the believers devoted themselves … to sharing in meals…” […]
It’s not information. It’s not better teaching. It’s not even experiencing a miracle (as wonderful and important as that may be). It’s interaction. Interaction creates the connections that allow the power of God to flow through us together.
It’s never too late to start implementing the basics of disciple making
Was it a dream from God? Was it was just “random” pizza-drunk deviant neurons joyriding around my REM sleep? My dream was about to open the door to translate “Disciple” into Chinese
I’ve seen disciple-making relationships transform people’s lives. I’ve also seen disciple-making relationships become dysfunctional – even damaging. Here are Seven things I value in Disciple making relationships: 1) Grow Authentic Relationships with People. Jesus said the world would know we’re His disciples by our love for one another. Love is not selfish or ego driven. […]
I recently joined my friend, Ray Hilbert, at America’s Best Hope, an initiative to call for a movement of disciple makers. Here’s the interview I did with Clark Kellogg at the event.
Some church planting trainings I’ve done produced no lasting fruit. Some have produced fourth-generation disciples and churches. What makes the difference?
Discipleship in the marketplace is on God’s heart. This business owner is discipling his entire business.
Fall 2000 I sat in the small living room of the student residence hall. It was dark and dingy, smelling slightly like a paradoxical mix of locker rooms and A and F Cologne. I’d met a student athlete in the parking lot and we were now here in his room. I’d had the chance […]
My new book, Disciple released this week on Amazon.com. “Disciple” is a solution to the issue facing every generation – how to equip all followers of Jesus to be disciples and become disciple makers. “Disciple” is not a book to passively read – it’s an action-packed power tool to facilitate real-life discipling relationships with intentionality. […]