The Missing Component in Discipleship

One of the most glaringly obvious omissions in our discipleship is the person doing the discipling. Our commitment to fleshing out our personal walks with Christ overlooks our need to learn from one another. 

Everyone Discipling Someone

If we genuinely care for others, we will prioritize their spiritual development. It is hard to fathom the impact we could see if everyone took the responsibility to disciple at least one other person.

The Church That Won’t Stay Inside

If God is doing work inside a church, those who are outside should truly feel the effects of it. As we wait for the return of Christ, we should be the type of disciples unwilling to keep Kingdom activity within the walls of a church building.

Distinctive Discipleship

If every Christian is in a unique place surrounded by specific challenges, why do we think that a widespread approach will work for every single one of us? Let me help you design a personal plan for spiritual maturity.

52-Week Bible Reading Plan

The 52-Week Bible Reading Plan is developed by Michael Coley and has a unique structure. For those who struggle reading through some of the more challenging sections of Scripture, this plan guides you through a different genre every day.

Sequential Steps

One of the things I think we do poorly in ministry contexts is motivating people to change without giving them clear steps to improve. When it comes to discipleship, people need more than abstract concepts; they need sequential steps.

Missing Mentors

For all the resources at our disposal, the one thing we are missing is intentional mentors discipling us. The best content in the world can never replace a person walking alongside us.

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.