How does this process of discipleship work? Not quickly. It requires years of patient modelling and mentoring.
“If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing poorly,” Aaron Luse said from the podium, sounding very authoritative.
“ … what a joy it was to fellowship with the Pal believers and listen to these growing men read God’s Word to the people and teach a little."
As a church grows and matures to become a thriving church, the development of leadership becomes an integral part of that growth.
One of the goals of seeing a thriving church for every people group is the development of leadership among the believers. Part of that process is getting the leaders to begin … well, leading. They need to become “owners” of the church, both of its physical and its spiritual sides.
Discipleship and leadership development go hand in hand.
Checking their Understanding In addition to the formal teaching times to the Menya people, the Chappells and Osborns met with [...]
Wes grew his dreadlocks as a sign of mourning. Now the time of mourning is over, and Bible teaching has begun!
Read how John and Amber Adams are using their passion for teaching at Numonohi Christian Academy in Papua New Guinea. Here are a few highlights from an interview about their motivation for teaching missionary children on the other side of the world.