Monthly Archives: October 2011

Be a Barnabas. Pursue a Paul. Train a Timothy.

Part X of our series on Making Disciples “Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock.” So says Jesus in Matthew 7:24. This … Continue reading

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Four Elements for Every Discipleship Conversation

Part IX of our series on Making Disciples We’ve been talking this week about what discipleship is not. First, we talked about how it is not therapy. As important as it may be to respond to people’s needs, which Jesus … Continue reading

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Discipleship Is Not Spontaneous

Part VIII of our series on Making Disciples We started off talking in our last post about the importance of an “aggressive, comprehensive, systematic plan for discipleship” before discussing the differences between therapy and discipleship. Today, I want to start … Continue reading

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