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Introducing new people to Jesus is the best part of church planting. Once someone makes that commitment it's just the beginning of their faith journey. This eight-session discipleship curriculum will help you implement a strong discipleship program in your church for new believers. Each session includes topics like learning to read the Bible, praying, and sharing the Gospel with others. Download the leader guide and the disciple guide to get started.
This audio recording is from one of our breakout sessions at the 2018 CMN Conference. In this session Benny and Kelli Ferguson lead a discussion about what it means to have a volunteer culture and how to encourage people to experience God through serving others.
How do we make the most of the time we have with the people in our church? Many communities across the nation are made up of transient populations like college students, military members, or seasonal travelers. Rapid turnover can make spiritual formation, leadership development, and volunteerism a challenge. In this episode of CMN Less than Ten, Troy Hartman of Rockhills Church, shares his experience discipling a transient community.
Pastor David Stocker Jr articulates a powerful message on the needs and benefits of small group discipleship in churches.
Elly Marroquin | Discipleship Beyond the Church walls: Impacting our Communities and Future Generations
Elly Marroquin talks about community and why discipleship matters both inside and outside the church.
Mike Burnette, lead pastor of Lifepoint Church, named the fastest growing church in America in 2018 by Outreach Magazine. Their church has embraced the parables of Jesus for key characteristics their church should have. In this video Pastor Mike talks about the Parable of the Prodigal Son and how it relates to church growth as well as the culture of grace and forgiveness in their church. This video is number 2 in a series of 3.
Everyone desires community. Small groups are a great place to find them in church, but it's not always easy to do. John Van Pay, lead pastor of Gateway Fellowship, teaches on why small groups are so important as well as tips for how to develop a great small group experience for new believers.
When you grow and multiply there will always be more to do than you can do by yourself. Being able to connect your attendees to service is a critical part of discipleship and overall effectiveness in executing the vision God has given you to multiply your church. In this video Jeff Leake, Lead Pastor of Allison Park Church in Pennsylvania talks about how to create onramps for people to get involved in the church.