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5 Distinguishing Factors Of A Kingdom Worker!

5 Distinguishing Factors Of A Kingdom Worker!

We are called to be Kingdom workers. Not just to work, but to be diligent and work hard. So what are the distinguishing factors of a Kingdom worker? What do they look like anyway? There are 5 key distinguishing factors that point out a Kingdom worker, a disciple who is making more disciples.

How A Clear Definition Helps Create Disciples

How A Clear Definition Helps Create Disciples

A clear win in our disciple making efforts is as people begin to hear the voice of God and they begin to obey Him. They take next steps as they surrender to the Lordship of Jesus through obedience.

Disciple Making and the Family - Part 1

Disciple Making and the Family - Part 1

In other words, the person of peace strategy will work really well in many cases. Primarily because it was Jesus’ method of making disciples, therefore we know it will work. I wonder if there is a new opportunity for the church in America, however, when it comes to making disciples of families.

The 72 Hour Rule and Disciple Making

The 72 Hour Rule and Disciple Making

What should take me fifteen seconds has stretched out into months. Why? Because of the 72 hour rule! I simply haven’t set the goal, started a timer and been held accountable. In order to be successful in making disciples who make disciples, it is crucial to follow the 72-hour rule.

What I Learned Reading "Starfish Movement"

What I Learned Reading "Starfish Movement"

It’s like Dan Grider has been in my head like something straight out of “Inception,” but was able to take the chaos of my mind and put order to it and create a book. And what follows are quotes and snippets from the book that jumped up and slapped me in the face, went back into the book, then came back up and slapped me in the face again.

5 Components to Having a Gospel Conversation!

5 Components to Having a Gospel Conversation!

What if I told you that God had an amazing adventure prepared for you? What if the adventure was way bigger than simply showing up at church next Sunday and serving in the nursery? What if it would require your total dependance on the Holy Spirit and would be the most rewarding and fruitful experience of your life? Would you be interested?