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.
Disciple making is hard to define. It's a process that's simple to start, but difficult to master. I carry these three definitions around with me. They remind me of my end goal, my part in the process, and what I must focus on. What definitions help you?
God starts with ONE. He always has. Whether it was Adam, Abraham, Moses, or Jesus, God launches movements beginning with just one. The journey toward becoming a disciple making church begins the same way…with just one. Are you willing to be that ONE for your church?
Though every church has relationships, very few are relationally driven. Let me explain. Scripture tells us to love one another but most Christians “system one another” by pointing each other to books, Bible studies, and programs specifically designed to meet each need.
I'm as surprised as you. After all we see her every Sunday, right? Some of us see her on Wednesdays, and a few see her on Saturday evenings, but why can’t we find her on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays?