Many surveys have shown that the single most effective factor in keeping a child faithful to the Christian Faith throughout their life is for a single adult Christian to intentionally show an interest in their spiritual development and intentionally disciple them. it was not the size of the church, the curriculum or even the devotedness of parents that kept kids in the Church according to these studies – but a non-related adult who spent time with them discussing spiritual thing. (aka discipleship) And yet, one on one discipleship seems to be the missing ministry in most children’s ministries today. Read the rest of this entry »No Comments »
The Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization (Cape Town, 16-25 October 2010) brought together 4,200 evangelical leaders from 198 countries, and extended to hundreds of thousands more, participating in meetings around the world, and online. Its goal? To bring a fresh challenge to the global Church to bear witness to Jesus Christ and all his teaching – in every nation, in every sphere of society, and in the realm of ideas. The following is an excerpt from the proceedings. Read the rest of this entry »No Comments »
Building a Discipleship Culture
Nowadays, we’re all doing more with less. We’re very busy. The world around us is complicated and overwhelmingly complex. And we long for a simpler life and ministry. With so many options, opportunities, programs, and curriculum choices available today, how can we get back to a simpler and more effective ministry? How can we build a discipleship culture that helps keep kids on the pathway of knowing God intimately, loving Him passionately, and serving Him selflessly?
In their book Simple Church, Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger write, “Churches with a simple process for reaching and maturing people are expanding the kingdom. Church leaders who have designed a simple biblical process to make disciples are effectively advancing the movement of the gospel. Simple churches are making a big impact. Conversely, complex churches are struggling and anemic. Churches without a process or with a complicated process for making disciples are floundering.” Simple Church: Returning to God’s Process for Making Disciples by Thom S. Rainer and Eric Geiger.
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Children’s Discipleship System – CDS
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