Second in a series of five lessons based on my book, Kingdom-Driven Discipleship - Making Disciples in the Middle of the Harvest Field. Presented at the Okoboji Lakes Bible and Missionary Conference in August, 2010.
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The United States is becoming a non church-going culture.
Generally speaking, reaching new people for Jesus isn't going to happen is a church service. In light of this reality, how can we learn to make disciples wherever people live, work and play?
When these audio lessons were recorded, each person had a copy of Kingdom-Driven Discipleship. These audio classes have been edited to focus on the main idea. Listen carefully for the breaks, so you can periodically stop the recording to discuss the ideas presented with your group.
The audio lessons contain only the application and explanation of lessons in Kingdom-Driven Discipleship. To maximize your experience, read Kingdom-Driven Discipleship before listening to the audio lesson.
Lesson 1: A New World: Post Christian Culture
Lesson 2 -- Motivation: Christ Himself
The Definition of Motivation for the Disciple-Maker
Motivation is often a missing factor.
The key themes are:
I am going to send you what my Father has promised; but stay in the city until you have been clothed with power from on high. Luke 24:49
So, as the Holy Spirit says: "Today if you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts..." Hebrews 3:7-8
Greet Priscilla and Aquila, my fellow workers in Christ Jesus. Romans 16:3
Continue with Lesson 3: Focus: Relational Network
Lesson 4: Success: Becoming Like Jesus
Lesson 5: Vision: Global Impact
A look at the table of contents of Kingdom-Driven Discipleship.
Your need: A discipleship Bible Study to motivate and train believers to take Jesus to the places where they live, work, and play.
Our resource: Kingdom-Driven Discipleship
Exactly what our church needed to launch our discipleship ministry.
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If you can read it, you can lead it.
For use of The Definition of Motivation of Disciple-makers, please give web-site credit to www.bible-study-lesson-plans.com and Paul Schlieker.