We’re back! Discussing the irreducible minimums of ministry that we can focus on as we shepherd and lead the church during this season. Our topic today-making disciples. We have been using the PITO Air Force Leadership model as a framework. Jump in and give it a listen. Have questions, feedback? We would love to hear from you, drop us a comment, email or text.
The mission according to Mark Clifton: “make disciples who make disciples who make the community a noticeably better place.
- You have to be a disciple yourself
- Engage in personal spiritual practices on your own
- Prayer by Tim Keller has a great description of our soul and a boat.
- Who are your 2-3 who discipling yourself?
- A disciple is someone who is a little further down the road than another person in their walk with Christ.
- Discipling another person/s is a non-negotiable for us as a Pastor.
- Disciple your team as “lead disciplers” this is both in content and practice
- Challenge/Require every team member to be a discipler of others
- Prioritize discipling over “ministering” or doing administrative tasks.
- Your church needs a Discipleship Pathway-how will you strategically lead someone to Jesus and help them grow in Jesus?
- Just attending church and going to small group/sunday school isn’t discipleship
- Encourage discipleship through your preaching and teaching regularly
No Silver Bullets by Daniel Im
Disciplines of a Godly Man by R. Kent Hughes
Growing up by Robby Gallaty
Gospel Centered Life by Bob Thune
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