Make Disciples

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Loving Jesus means we participate in the glorious task of making new disciples. This means we live with intentional mission to multiply our faith into others. The goal of making disciples is that more and more people would end up worshiping God in faith and truth. There is no greater place for them to be than in worship of their creator.

We don't do this alone. We are joining God in his mission to draw people to himself and advance His Kingdom in the world. It is a privilege to participate in God's mission as we make disciples.

In order to help you make disciples in your own life, I will write a variety of articles in this category. Here are a few of the primary topics:

  • Missional living
  • Evangelism & Discipleship
  • Leadership
  • Missions

Sample articles about Making Disciples:

What is missing in most of our Discipleship?

We often try to do our discipleship en mass, but that simply does not work. True discipleship will require one-to-one relationships. Jesus drew crowds, but he intentionally invested in 12 men, who were tasked with continuing his mission. We need to rethink much of our discipleship.

What are unreached people groups anyway?

If you have been around missions, you may have heard the term "unreached people groups." What does it mean? This is important to know, because it is important to God's heart. And when you do know, it will change how you view the world.

The 3-minute Rule Could have a Major Impact on Your Church

Here is a simple rule that could have a massive impact on your church. The three minute rule is simple, and it isn't had to implement. When a church community implements the rule, it says a lot about their desire to make disciples.