Often when someone encounters Disciple-making Movement strategy, they get concerned about non-believers reading the Bible, learn to obey and share what they are learning. The question goes like this, “How do you avoid heresy?” The presumption is, there must be a “trained” human there to manage the content to avoid ‘misinterpreting’ the Bible. I heard … Read more Are there HERETICS in the pews of Evangelical Churches?
I’ve always loved titles of classes of people. They make you proud, cause you to revolt and sometime just laugh. #perennial! Love this from Gina Pell. See notation below to find her work. Because age ain’t nothin’ but a number This content is appropriate for people of all ages. And that’s the point. The days … Read more Meet the Perennials!
Guest Post by David Broodryk Is DMM a passing fad? originally published: Monday, 19 September 2016 read more by David at http://davidbroodryk.org Several years ago, I participated in discussions that led to renaming the term “Church Planting Movements (CPM)” to “Disciple Making Movements (DMM).” This was an attempt to more accurately define these movements around … Read more Is Disciple-making Movement Strategy a Passing Fad?
This is via Bob Tiede email@example.com Guest Post by Chris Thyberg Peter Block in his amazing book, The Answer to How is Yes: Acting on What Matters, argues that “How?” questions, though critical, can often mask a defensive distraction that causes us to postpone – sometimes indefinitely – answering the prior and more important question: What is our Great … Read more Why the “How” questions needs to be altered?