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Are you making disciples who are making disciples who are making disciples....?
February 23, 2016
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How do you disciple a new believer? We tend to make disciples the way we were discipled but for so many of us that meant coming to sit at church and not learning how to make disciples who make disciples. Jesus recognized that the people He encountered were at different stages of growth and development, and He worked to challenge each of them to the next level.
Who then should attend the 4 Chair Discipling Seminar? Anyone who you want to see challenged to be a disciple who makes disciples! During the 4 Chair Discipling Seminar, we will answer the following questions:
• What is a disciple?
• Who is the model for being a disciple?
• What is a disciple's mission?
• What is a disciple's motivation?
• What is the process of becoming a disciple who makes disciples?
• Where am I in the disciple-making process? What are my next steps?
In 4 Chair Discipling, you’ll get a clear and simple picture of how to follow in Jesus’ footsteps and to do the same thing. Included in the 4 Chair Discipling Seminar:
• A fresh look at Jesus as our model for being a disciple who makes disciples
• An overview of the 4 Chair Discipling process, highlighting Jesus' 4 challenges
• A simple understanding of what we need to know and do to grow to be like Jesus in our character and priorities
• A simple understanding of what we need to know and do to become fishers of men
• A simple understanding of the barriers that keep us from moving to the next chair and how we experience breakthrough
May the Lord bless every CRC church and every believer with the joy of making disciples who make disciples who make disciples…
If you would want more information about the 4 Chair Discipling seminar (Sonlife Ministry) Contact Pastor Jim Halstead from Community CRC, Fort Wayne, IN www.fortwaynecrc.com and Sonlife 4 Chair Discipling at http://4chairdiscipling.com/
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