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Phil Miglioratti commented on Brian Considine's blog post Mobilizing for Evangelism Outreach – K.I.S.S. is Best!
"Brian, I like the “first wave” description; implies a need for both more and different. Pray. Care. Share!"
Apr 18
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Apr 18
Brian Considine's blog post was featured

Mobilizing for Evangelism Outreach – K.I.S.S. is Best!

Over the past 18 months I have had the distinct privilege of helping to direct a national outreach initiative called Saturate USA. The ministry of Christ for All Peoples, due to the benevolence of some major investors, was able to supply Gospel resources to thousands of local churches to bring the message of Jesus to homes and apartments in their communities.It was a divinely inspired move of God that resulted in millions of Jesus DVDs, Gospel tracts and participating church information beings…See More
Apr 18
David Ludwig joined Brian Considine's group
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e3USA - T4T Mobilization

You don't need to be a highly trained seminarian, holding an MDiv, to make disciples. The Apostles were simple men and Jesus gave them a simple model to follow. Using that model, the world Christian movement grew from a handful to over 25 million in the first three centuries of the Church.What you do need do is to count the cost and simply obey Jesus' command to "make disciples."Today, a movement is taking shape by those who are doing just that. This process is called …See More
Mar 27
David Ainley joined Brian Considine's group
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e3USA - T4T Mobilization

You don't need to be a highly trained seminarian, holding an MDiv, to make disciples. The Apostles were simple men and Jesus gave them a simple model to follow. Using that model, the world Christian movement grew from a handful to over 25 million in the first three centuries of the Church.What you do need do is to count the cost and simply obey Jesus' command to "make disciples."Today, a movement is taking shape by those who are doing just that. This process is called …See More
Oct 16, 2016
Davis Ochieno Juma commented on Brian Considine's group e3USA - T4T Mobilization
"My fellow soldiers in the kingdom. Praise the Lord, I am a pastor  from Western Kenya. My passion is evangelism and church planting. I traveled in the some areas in Kenya and I have really been touched because the gospel has not been fully…"
Apr 22, 2014
Davis Ochieno Juma joined Brian Considine's group
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e3USA - T4T Mobilization

You don't need to be a highly trained seminarian, holding an MDiv, to make disciples. The Apostles were simple men and Jesus gave them a simple model to follow. Using that model, the world Christian movement grew from a handful to over 25 million in the first three centuries of the Church.What you do need do is to count the cost and simply obey Jesus' command to "make disciples."Today, a movement is taking shape by those who are doing just that. This process is called …See More
Apr 22, 2014
Brian Considine posted a blog post

Rethinking Discipleship: The Science of "Wine"

Let’s get scientific, shall we? Many secularists accuse Christians, especially Evangelicals, of being at best unfriendly to science. Some of our long held beliefs tend toward raising doubts, at least for some, about the lack of scientific integrity of our Christian faith. Dogmatism can be especially opposed to scientific inquiry. Of course, much of this is rooted in misunderstanding and can…See More
Apr 16, 2014
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e3USA - T4T Mobilization

You don't need to be a highly trained seminarian, holding an MDiv, to make disciples. The Apostles were simple men and Jesus gave them a simple model to follow. Using that model, the world Christian movement grew from a handful to over 25 million in the first three centuries of the Church.What you do need do is to count the cost and simply obey Jesus' command to "make disciples."Today, a movement is taking shape by those who are doing just that. This process is called …See More
Apr 16, 2014
Brian Considine and Davis Ochieno Juma are now friends
Apr 16, 2014
Brian Considine posted a blog post

Rethinking Evangelism: 8 Questions Jesus Asked

I got to thinking about asking questions this past weekend. s good, right?With about 120 other pastors and leaders, I had the opportunity to participate in a four day training seminar with Kevin Greeson in Austin, Texas. If you don’t know about Kevin’s work, he is the author of “The CAMEL Method – How Muslims are Coming to Faith in…See More
Apr 14, 2014
Dave Nickerson commented on Brian Considine's blog post Whose Job is it to Make Disciples?
"When Jesus said, "Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations ..." He was speaking to 11 men. I've heard that because of the obedience of those 11 men, I am a follower of Jesus. Therefore, the responsibility to make disciples is…"
Mar 28, 2014
Brian Considine posted a blog post

Rethinking Discipleship: 12 Disciple-Making Essentials from Luke 10

Many are talking about "making disciples" these day. But what exactly is disciple-making, really?What disciple making, or discipleship, has become in most American churches is a program for becoming the best ‘Christian’ an individual can be, whatever that may look like. Certainly we are called to pursue personal holiness (Ephesians 1:4, Hebrews 12:14, James 1:27) and to grow in the knowledge of the Lord (Colossians 1:10). That’s great...unless it is the only result of our discipleship. (…See More
Mar 28, 2014
Michael Slone commented on Brian Considine's blog post Whose Job is it to Make Disciples?
"I agree, disciples are more than just "nice people."  They are people on-purpose for the advancement of Christ's kingdom into all the nations, world evangelization through the strategy of spiritual multiplication of disciple…"
Mar 21, 2014
Michael Dugan commented on Brian Considine's blog post Whose Job is it to Make Disciples?
"I like the graphical representation you have presented. My opinion is it is the duty of ALL believers to disciple no matter what position they hold in life."
Mar 20, 2014
Brian Considine posted a blog post

Whose Job is it to Make Disciples?

Recently, I had the opportunity to attend a training conducted by Jeff Sundell, founder of the new 50-5-50 Network and the new National Director for e3 USA, an initiative of e3 Partners.This training has me thinking, what is necessary to make disciples in the USA.Jeff was with the IMB for more then ten years and saw a disciple-making/church planting movement rapidly spread through Nepal to involve 10,000s of house churches. After…See More
Dec 11, 2013

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How do you participate in discipleship?
Interested in growing personally (no specific role), Mentor others one-on-one, Lead small groups or classes, Work in a parachurch ministry, Missionary, Workplace discipleship
To help you connect with others who have similar interests, what are the primary areas in which you’re interested in growing personally?
Understanding - studying - and memorizing the Bible, Resolving relationship conflicts, Enjoying and relating to God, Prayer, Serving others, Evangelism, Experiencing the Holy Spirit's power, Serving the poor, Worship, Doing daily life in the company of God, Forgiving, Hearing God, Working for justice, Spiritual disciplines, Following the leading of the Holy Spirit, Mentoring others, Stewardship, Loving others, Living out God's individual design for me, Spiritual warfare
For those you disciple, what areas would you most like to see them grow?
Understanding - studying - and memorizing the Bible, Overcoming embedded sins, Resolving relationship conflicts, Enjoying and relating to God, Prayer, Serving others, Evangelism, Experiencing the Holy Spirit's power, Serving the poor, Handling money and possessions, Worship, Doing daily life in the company of God, Receiving God's healing from past wounds, Forgiving, Hearing God, Working for justice, Spiritual disciplines, Sexual purity, Following the leading of the Holy Spirit, Mentoring others, Stewardship, Loving others, Living out God's individual design for me, Spiritual warfare
If you disciple others, in what areas would you like to share ideas, ask questions, and learn from other network members?
How to start and sustain a discipling relationship, Discerning what topics or content to use, How to help a disciplee with personal issues, How to disciple other when I feel inadequate, How to foster discipleship in my church or ministry
What book or resource (other than the Bible!) has impacted your Christian life the most?
Perspectives on the World Christian Movement Reader

Brian Considine's Blog

Mobilizing for Evangelism Outreach – K.I.S.S. is Best!

Over the past 18 months I have had the distinct privilege of helping to direct a national outreach initiative called Saturate USA. The ministry of Christ for All Peoples, due to the benevolence of some major investors, was able to supply Gospel resources to thousands of local churches to bring the message of Jesus to homes and apartments in their communities.

It was a divinely inspired move of God that resulted in millions of Jesus DVDs, Gospel tracts and participating church…

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Posted on April 17, 2019 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

Rethinking Discipleship: The Science of "Wine"

Let’s get scientific, shall we? 
Many secularists accuse Christians, especially Evangelicals, of being at best unfriendly to science. Some of our long held beliefs tend toward raising doubts, at least for some, about the lack of…
Continue

Posted on April 16, 2014 at 4:14pm

Rethinking Evangelism: 8 Questions Jesus Asked

I got to thinking about asking questions this past weekend. s good, right?

With about 120 other pastors and leaders, I had the opportunity to participate in a four day training seminar with Kevin Greeson in Austin, Texas.



If you don’t know about Kevin’s work, he is the author of “…
Continue

Posted on April 14, 2014 at 6:25am

Rethinking Discipleship: 12 Disciple-Making Essentials from Luke 10

Many are talking about "making disciples" these day. But what exactly is disciple-making, really?

What disciple making, or discipleship, has become in most American churches is a program for becoming the best ‘Christian’ an individual can be, whatever that may look like.



Certainly we are…

Continue

Posted on March 28, 2014 at 1:26pm

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