One Size Fits None

One size doesn’t fit all; one size fits one. Jesus knew that. He practiced it. He was developing the entire ragtag group of disciples, but he was employing distinctive approaches with each one.

Patient Progress

As we minister to people, we quickly realize that growth rarely happens overnight. If we are in the work of discipleship, we must be committed to exhibiting patient progress.

How to Evaluate Your Spiritual Progress

An honest review over the last few years would reveal how much progress you have actually made. Sure, you will have moments of failures along the way, but are you trending towards more holiness or complacently settled into further unholiness?

The Narrow Road & the Two Ditches

Upon the road of Christianity, there are two dangers – one on each side. If not careful, you could fall into either one of these ditches and get yourself into serious spiritual trouble.

Multiplication Mindset

A church that is built on the strength of a few personalities or skills will crumble once those isolated components are gone. To fulfill the Great Commission, a church must prioritize a multiplication mindset.

Don’t Drop Your Kids off at Church

God expects parents to be the primary disciple-makers of their children. Your home will never produce growing disciples without the intentional investment of one generation into another.

Why Assembly Lines Don’t Work in Church

Discipleship will never be entirely effective if we use generalized approaches on people with particular needs. Our lives are too complicated for a conveyor belt – we require intentional mechanics who discover what we specifically need to get going again and work relentlessly until that becomes a reality.