Disciple Making Leadership

I would define disciple-making leadership this way: "individually and intentionally imparting the truth of God for the glory of God. The end result is that another person has grown in the grace and knowledge of Jesus (2 Peter 3:18) whereby they begin to impart the truth of God for the glory of God."

​Thus far in our Disciple-making Leadership series, we have defined what it is, looked at practical steps of how to do it, and zeroed in on the…
Last words speak volumes and I think this one is of critical importance for Disciple-making Leadership.
You will recognize this as the passage where Paul and Barnabas got into a heated debate. It was so intent that both men split up and went their separate…
Admittedly, there are times in my personal Bible reading that I leave discouraged.
​Whenever we talk about discipleship and want to learn more, all we need to do is look to the greatest example of Disciple-making Leadership in the…
These thoughts will wrap up the short series about what you should do in living out disciple-making leadership.
​Thus far in the "what do I do series," we've covered quite a bit of ground. We've talked about purpose, process, outcomes, and plan.
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