In this second episode in the series we explore additiona relational bridge building techniques for evangelism and discipleship appropriate for large group and sometimes hostile public venues. The core of this episode derives from the Apostle Paul's public speech in Athens. Sharing these practical techniques is one more way that Disciple Making Ministries seeks to equip followers of Jesus for successful ministry. For more information visit our website www.disciplemakingministries.org.
In this episode we exhort listeners to start building relational bridges with individuals for purposes of evangelism and discipleship. We equip listeners with 9 bridge building techniques that Jesus used in His conversation with the Samaritan woman at the well. These practical techniques empower listeners to overcome fears and common barriers to getting started in the Great Commission.
In this episode we explore God's design for participatory multiplication methods of discipleship. We describe seven heavenly principles of spiritual multiplication and seven practial spiritual disciplines for doing the work of discipleship on earth. We also share a true fishing story and helpful advice for fishing. Surely these topics have caught someone's attention. For more informatin start a dialogue through www.disciplemakingministries.org
In this episode we discuss five key leadership principles for disciple makers. How does Jesus' leadership differ from the world's leadership? Besides vision, what other leadership principles are important? Leave some feedback at our website: www.DiscipleMakingMinistries.org.
In this episode we discuss the essential of grace in disciple making. How should we define grace? From where did grace originate? How can grace radically transfrom your life? How can you grow in grace? Answers to these and other questions are discussed in this episode. For more information visit www.disciplemakingministries.org or leave a message at (214) 377-1107.
The Great Commission says to teach disciples to obey everything that Jesus commanded. What does it mean to obey? How do we solve this tension between salvation by grace through faith and the command to obey? What exactly did Jesus command His disciples to do? How can disciples synthesize Jesus' commands into practical categories? To find the answers to these questions go to the Word and listen to this episode. Leave us some feedback at www.disciplemakingministries.org. Leave a message at 214-377-1107.
In this episode we interview Dale Losch, President of Crossworld. He provides you with some valuable perspective, principles and practical advice in discipleship relationships. My daughter contribues to the cause through beautiful worship. My prayer is that this episode would bless and encourage you to go and make disciples this week. Contacts: www.disciplemakingministries.org and www.crossworld.org
In this episode we discuss the essential of being intentional in making disciples. Many believers and churches simply drift unto unfruitfulness and unproductivity. We are trying to correct that trend. We encourage you to find real purpose, direction, meaning for your life and ministry. We give some practial advice for living a more intentional life for Jesus Christ. Leave us some feedback on our website: www.disciplemakingministries.org or telephone 214-377-1107.
In this episode we discuss the essential of identity in making disciples. Listen and learn about your true identity in Christ and identity as a discple maker. Learn to recognize three ways that Satan seeks to attack your identity to prevent you from bearing spiritual fruit and from gaining a greater spiritual inheritance in the kingdom of God. Leave us some feedback on our website at http://www.disciplemakingministries.org
The disciple maker must operate from a inner principle of hope. What is the difference between worldly and Biblical hope? How can the disciple maker strengthen hope in his or her life? For answeres to these and other questions listen to this episode on hope. Send questions or comments through: www.disciplemakingministries.org or telephone +1 (214) 377-1107