Disciplemaking Culture

Marks of a Disciple Making Culture: A Core Team

Marks of a Disciple Making Culture: A Core Team

Most pastors and churches don’t understand what it takes to build a core team and what characteristics such a team possesses. So what does a core team look like in the wild? Here are FOUR commitments a core team must have to make a disciple making impact.

4 False Beliefs That Consumerism Has Taught Disciple Makers

4 False Beliefs That Consumerism Has Taught Disciple Makers

The shift has been made. We now live in a culture where a person’s desires overshadow his needs. And it’s wreaking havoc on our personal lives, our pursuit of God, and our disciple making. We can’t yet see the whole picture, but here are four false beliefs consumer has taught disciple makers.

Consumerism and Disciple Making Pt. 3 - Systems Demand Our Identity

Consumerism and Disciple Making Pt. 3 - Systems Demand Our Identity

What do you do in your free time? Netflix, video games, shopping, sports fanaticism? Another form of consumption? Our boredom has become so ingrained that the thought of spending our free time actively creating or sitting in silent reflection feels anything but relaxing. There’s a reason for that…

Marks of a Disciple Making Culture - Aimed at the Lost

Marks of a Disciple Making Culture - Aimed at the Lost

The life Jesus lived was aimed at the darkness. Jesus wasn’t just a friend to sinners, he was a friend of them. In other words, they considered Him a friend. Jesus and sinners were so tight that it made the religious people uncomfortable. He was known as one of them. Think about it...

Consumerism and Disciple Making Pt. 2 - Purchasing Power is Found in Systems

Consumerism and Disciple Making Pt. 2 - Purchasing Power is Found in Systems

The second question of consumerism is, “Where do I get the power to purchase satisfaction?” The answer is, “Purchasing power is found through employment and participation in institutions/systems.” We are groomed to live a system life that deeply impacts the way we relate to one another, to our work, and to ourselves.