During advisory committee sessions at Synod 2010, delegates will have times of reflection and dialogue based on Bill Hull's The Disciplemaking Pastor. I read it years ago, and now reflecting on going back to a disciplemaking mode in my life and ministry again. (Been nurtured through a Navigators group in the Philippines in my early years in the faith.) So my series of questions are: has any of you read this book — or perhaps Jesus Disciplemaker, The Disciplemaking Church, Training of the Twelve? But not just having read any of these. Has anyone become passionately convinced that discipling or disciplemaking is your primary calling as a pastor or church leader? If so, are you actually doing it? And how? With two elders currently praying and preparing to co-lead a discipleship small group in our church, we're about to embark on it. Would be great to learn from others in the CRC community. Thanks in advance!