It’s happens all the time. You put in the hard work to make disciple making shifts in your life and church. You focus and execute for weeks—months even—and then wake to realize you’re right back where you started. The shift was overtaken by the drift.
Many pastors view their life, ministry, and calling primarily through the lens of a shepherd. So why is it that while Jesus was both the Good Shepherd AND a Master Disciple Maker, most pastors shepherd without making disciples? Let’s dive into the differences…
As we roll up our sleeves in the lives of others, this question matters because when we’ve made a disciple it affirms what's happened in that discipling relationship and propels us outward to go and make more. So, what’s the reliable litmus test a disciple maker can use to identify when a mature disciple has been made?
Unique hits to One Disciple to Another have grown by 73% this year. I owe that to you. Thanks for sharing what’s helped you with others! Let’s keep it going! I’m looking forward to writing again in 2019 and have quite a few ideas to share with you. But first, let’s unveil the Top 5 Posts of 2018
Making disciples is far simpler than most of us realize. While consumerism tries to convince us that only experts can figure it out, the truth is the disciple making can be as easy as walking.