Making Disciples Missionally


Making Disciples Missionally

How do we Make Disciples in whatever culture we find ourselves in. Programs don't work and methods are often incomplete. There remains a process, a biblical process. What is it?

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If we fail to disciple others, we ourselves fail to grow!

T oday I had another Bible study with--I'll call him Paul Smith. Paul was baptized into Christ 4-5 months ago. Paul had been angry with God for years because he and his wife had suffered two…Continue

Tags: Spiritual growth, evangelism, disciple, discipleship

Started by James Nored Mar 5, 2010.

What does a Missional Disciple Making Process look like? 5 Replies

What would distinguish a missional disciple making movement from the commonly practiced methods of the day?  Continue

Tags: process, disciple, movement, missional

Started by Miguel Labrador. Last reply by James Nored Mar 3, 2010.

The Making Disciples Church Planting Divide 10 Replies

No where in the scriptures does it say to plant churches.  It does, however, say to make disciples.  What is the relationship of biblical and missional church planting to making disciples?  Do we…Continue

Tags: planting, church, disciples, making

Started by Miguel Labrador. Last reply by John Dobbs Mar 1, 2010.

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Comment by James Nored on April 6, 2012 at 10:37pm

Here is a good article on the various versions of the Great Commission found in each of the 4 gospels: "Missional Discipleship: Reinterpreting the Great Commission."

Comment by James Nored on April 6, 2012 at 10:37am

Here is a link to a blog that ministers to thousands of new Christians.

Comment by Bob Young on March 2, 2010 at 8:21am
A good beginning point would be to seek a biblical definition of disciple, one like the master/teacher, a learner, discipling involves discipline/teaching. I fear too many Christ-followers are not disciples, not learning, not growing, not re-imaging to be like Jesus.
I have been thinking about what God wants from his human creation, and have blogged about it a bit. My simple short list right now includes recognition, respect, response, relationships, and reflection. See some of these thoughts at my blog,, especially during summer 2008, but check out all of the evangelism category.
I hope the emphasis of this group will be on "missionally". We attract a lot of people, but few US churches are doing much disciple-making among the genuinely unchurched, and it seems that is the imperative. Otherwise, we just keep trading members in a church marketing Ponzi scheme.
Comment by Eric Asante Obeng on March 2, 2010 at 5:53am
¶ Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.
Comment by Miguel Labrador on February 27, 2010 at 10:44pm
Thanks for becoming a fan of Making Disciples on Facebook. Would very much appreciate your input.
Comment by James Nored on February 27, 2010 at 10:36pm
I just became a fan of your Facebook page, Making Disciples.

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Cameron Blair replied to Lynn S. Nored's discussion Do We Have or Should We Have Elders That Are Leaders? in the group Leadership and Vision
"Just to clarify, in my previous comment I was not implying that worldly success was of no value. It is very valuable, but while it can show wisdom in particular fields, it is not primary in showing spiritual wisdom and a willingness to love and care…"
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Cameron Blair replied to Lynn S. Nored's discussion Do We Have or Should We Have Elders That Are Leaders? in the group Leadership and Vision
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