On the new SimpleDiscipleshipBlog.com, Read all 13 best practices for making disciples.
Even with all of the recent focus on discipleship, many churches remain paralyzed in their 20th century silo-style of discipleship delivery which has proven ineffective at transforming lives and making disciples. In fact, silo-delivery of discipleship reinforces behavioral compartmentalization defined as “a state in which some integrated part of a person’s life becomes separated from the rest of the personality and functions independently.” You know this concept: people hear teachings of Christianity in a Bible study or sermon and then fail to integrate the principles into their lives since, as they see it, they have their church life and their other life. A ubiquitous (all inclusive-everywhere present) discipleship delivery system provided in a process manner is much more effective.
13 WAYS TO MAKE DISCIPLES
This series of articles will focus on eleven delivery methods of a ubiquitous discipleship process which include but are not limited to:
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