There's nothing more exciting than seeing a person growing spiritually and being used to help someone else do the same.
Tag Archives: Discipleship
If we don't emphasize the weight of the call to death in the gospel, we'll never realize the wonder of the call to life in the gospel.
How can your church cultivate a robust culture of discipling, of evangelism, of mutual care and hospitality?
Though I've never been formally mentored, I've been functionally mentored by many.
Growing a disciple-making culture at your church might sound daunting, but start small, keep it simple, and focus on areas where a little investment will go a long way.
What we give up for Jesus does not compare to what he gives back. If the costs are great, the rewards are even greater, even in this life.
As a student pastor, if you feel like an after-school care worker, you are not alone.
No amount of practical advice will make your church an effective center for ministry preparation without a church-centered vision for preparing the next generation of leadership.
There are thousands of believers in America determined to change church culture.
Disciples can give up anything, go anywhere, and risk everything because the gospel has filled us with good things that can never be taken away.