Monday, May 22, 2017
One And Done: Why Small Church Discipleship Is Always A Moving Target
In a small church, it doesn’t take long for everyone who’s interested in a specific discipleship program to finish it.
The days of finding or creating a discipleship program, then using it for years, is over. Especially in a small church.
Our church created and implemented a great a discipleship class last year. In our church of 180 (average Sunday attendance) more than 60 adults took the class and got a lot out of it.
It’s been a huge win for us.
But I’m not going to tell you what our idea was. For two reasons.
First, because it was very specific to our church, our needs, our teaching style and our current circumstance, so the likelihood of it working elsewhere is slim.
Second, because, even though it worked really well, we’re not going to do it again.
What worked last year won’t work next year. Especially if you’re producing growing disciples, not just frequent attenders. Read More
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 12:43 PM