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The “rubber bands and shoelaces” approach to discipleship

For discipling people, I like to use the analogy of rubber bands and shoelaces. People need both enough stretch (rubber bands) and enough support (shoelaces) to be able to move forward. One without the other is incomplete. People need to be stretched and challenged in order to grow. They also need the connectedness of being tied in with others for support.The writer of…See More
Jan 15
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Sending people on mission trips: Who is being served?

Often churches send their people out on mission trips. The purpose is to serve others and reach out with the gospel—to be a light in the world. Yet there’s a secondary purpose we often miss: How can we use mission trips as an opportunity for discipling the people who are going? Ideally, mission trips accomplish both.Missions is DiscipleshipTo make disciples doesn’t only…See More
Jan 8
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Digging down to the roots of leadership problems

Sometimes there's a disconnect in ministry between what we say and what we do. For instance, I have always said compassion ministry is important-- but the question is what am I personally doing to engage in it? So I began praying to ask the Lord for some guidance. The turning point for me came when an opportunity surfaced to lead an anger management class at the Salvation…See More
Dec 14, 2019
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What’s holding back disciplemaking?

What’s holding back the acceleration of disciplemaking movements around the world? Someone asked me this question recently and I thought hard about the answer. Here are some notes I took on some of the obstacles I see holding back the acceleration of disciplemaking movements around the world.Lack of a reproducible process:We need structures that can support a…See More
Dec 4, 2019
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My recommendations for discipleship processes

This blog post is adapted from an excerpt from my latest book, The Church Planting Journey, and was originally posted on loganleadership.com.…See More
Nov 27, 2019
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Nov 22, 2019
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What’s holding back disciplemaking?

What’s holding back the acceleration of disciplemaking movements around the world? Someone asked me this question recently and I thought hard about the answer. Here are some notes I took on some of the obstacles I see holding back the acceleration of disciplemaking movements around the world.Lack of a reproducible process:We need structures that can support a…See More
Nov 22, 2019
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Nov 21, 2019
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A simple, successful ministry flow outline

Recently I was trying to think through the most simple way to represent what happens in successful ministry. What is the fewest number of things that need to happen for the basic ministry process to be complete?Here’s are the seven elements I have so far:Living and loving like JesusFollowers of Jesus must live like Jesus, showing God’s love to others and doing the work of…See More
Nov 20, 2019

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The “rubber bands and shoelaces” approach to discipleship

For discipling people, I like to use the analogy of rubber bands and shoelaces. People need both enough stretch (rubber bands) and enough support (shoelaces) to be able to move forward. One without the other is incomplete. People need to be stretched and challenged in order to grow. They also need the connectedness of being tied in with others for…

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Posted on January 15, 2020 at 2:00pm

Sending people on mission trips: Who is being served?

Often churches send their people out on mission trips. The purpose is to serve others and reach out with the gospel—to be a light in the world. Yet there’s a secondary purpose we often miss: How can we use mission trips as an opportunity for discipling the people who are going? Ideally, mission trips accomplish both.

Missions is…

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Posted on January 8, 2020 at 2:00pm

Digging down to the roots of leadership problems

Sometimes there's a disconnect in ministry between what we say and what we do. For instance, I have always said compassion ministry is important-- but the question is what am I personally doing to engage in it? So I began praying to ask the Lord for some guidance. The turning point for me came when an opportunity surfaced to lead an anger management class at…

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Posted on December 14, 2019 at 2:00pm

What’s holding back disciplemaking?

What’s holding back the acceleration of disciplemaking movements around the world? Someone asked me this question recently and I thought hard about the answer. Here are some notes I took on some of the obstacles I see holding back the acceleration of disciplemaking movements around the world.

Lack of a reproducible…

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Posted on December 4, 2019 at 1:30pm

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At 8:41pm on May 30, 2016, Phil Miglioratti said…
Hello Bob ~ hope to see your insights and commentary here soon,

Phil
 
 
 

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