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 moreAre 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 moreMeet 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 moreIs 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 moreWhy the “How” questions needs to be altered?