Discipleship’s Most Fatal Flaw

Discipleship’s Most Fatal Flaw

   There are countless approaches and plans for discipleship these days. Churches have various processes for making disciples and publishers have produced mounds of curriculum for disciple making. There is simply no shortage of methods for disciple making in today’s...
Disciple Making Simplified

Disciple Making Simplified

I was listening to a ministry podcast while running the other day when my ear buds almost popped out. I was listening to a podcast on how to make discipleship easy and couldn’t get over how complicated they were making it. If I attended their growth track for...
Disciple Making Pastor?

Disciple Making Pastor?

In a recent conversation with a close friend, an interesting revelation came to light. My friend was sharing with me a conversation he had with the new pastor of his church. Fresh out of seminary and in his first church, this pastor was just getting his feet wet when...
Ten Disciple Making Lessons from a 10K: Lesson #10 “Find Your Friends at the Finish Line”

Ten Disciple Making Lessons from a 10K: Lesson #10 “Find Your Friends at the Finish Line”

When you run with 60,000 people, it is easy to get lost in the crowd. The Peachtree Road Race has so many runners at the end of the race that they have huge balloons with letters on them so you can find your friends at the finish line. I always tell the folks that run...
Ten Disciple Making Lessons from a 10K: Lesson #9 “Everyone Needs Encouragement”

Ten Disciple Making Lessons from a 10K: Lesson #9 “Everyone Needs Encouragement”

One of the biggest surprises while running the world’s largest 10K is how many people stand along the race course cheering runners on. Thousands of people cheer on runners they don’t even know. Honestly, I didn’t even hear most of what they were saying because I...