Jesus was both the Good Shepherd AND a Master Disciple Maker, yet most pastors shepherd without making disciples, why? Let’s dive into the differences…
What mistakes? Typically, churches make four mistakes when trying to make disciples who make disciples. These mistakes prevent healthy disciples from growing and contribute to a culture that inhibits Jesus-style disciplemaking.
The decision of what to do with a disciple is vitally important. In fact, since disciple making is generational, what you do with a disciple will probably be what he does with someone else. In other words, what you model both explicitly and implicitly will be reproduced.
“What’s the difference?” When I taught English in Asia I learned that motivated students have lots of these questions. “What’s the difference between affect and effect? Or between than and then?