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  • What To Look For In A Disciple Maker

    Contributed by Doug Morrell on Dec 24, 2006

    We tend to become what the most important person in our lives thinks we will become. Great coaches bring out the best in us. They are great encouragers (Heb. 3:13) and wherever they go or whatever they place their hands, there is life...

    A disciple-maker is someone whom God brings into your life and whom you intentionally enter into an up-close and personal, life-long relationship with. The purpose of this Holy Spirit inspired relationship is “teaching them to observe all things that Jesus commanded you” (Mth. 28:20). Obedience more

  • New Breed Of Hero

    Contributed by Greg Bryan on Nov 3, 2003
    based on 28 ratings

    A NEW BREED OF HERO: THE DISCIPLE-MAKER This morning, I want to talk about how you about a new breed of hero –the disciple-maker. The disciple-maker is a hero because the disciple-maker gives his or her life to help others. A disciple-maker is like a sp

    A NEW BREED OF HERO On the afternoon of June 18, a speedboat skimmed across the cold waters of Schroon Lake in upstate New York. Suddenly a wave struck the boat, hurling a man and woman into the water. The man swam over and held the young girl’s head above the water until she was rescued –then more

  • Paul A Spiritual Grandfather Lesson 12 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Nov 5, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    Paul, A disciple-making Grandparent

    “And the things that you have heard from me among many witnesses, commit these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also” (II Tim. 2:2). Spiritual Grandfather – Paul – Disciple-maker Son in ministry – Timothy – Learner Third Generation – more

  • The Way Of Jesus #1: I Have Begun Following Jesus...

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Jan 8, 2017

    The Way of Jesus is an initiative of my denomination, Evangelical Missionary Church of Canada. As prep, we're doing a 7-part series. The first message is on the first marker of the Way of Jesus: I have begun to follow Jesus, depending on the God's Spirit.

    The Way of Jesus #1 - “I have begun following Jesus, and am depending on the Spirit of Jesus in my journey”. - January 8, 2017 It's the new year, still, but I don't want to talk about New Year's resolutions. I don't want to talk about the effort involved in adjusting our lifestyle, changing bad more

  • The Call Of Christ

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Sep 10, 2013

    The call of Jesus is a call to a relationship, a call to be His disciples and a call to be disciple-makers.

    Matthew 4:18-20 THE FIRST WORDS TO PETER 18 As Jesus was walking beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon called Peter and his brother Andrew. They were casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen. 19 "Come, FOLLOW ME," Jesus said, "and I will make you fishers of men." more

  • Living An Impactful Life

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Jan 4, 2016

    We are called to be disciples of Christ and disciple-makers for Christ. Jesus challenges us to consider the cost commitment of discipleship, and not be distracted by the comfort and convenience this world offers.

    Being the first Sunday of the year, I want to take some time to revisit our ES mission – to grow as disciples of Christ and be disciple-makers for Christ. Why are we doing what we are doing? Why is this important? Can we do something else, or can we not do this at all? • We are more

  • Heart Of A Disciple

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Sep 29, 2013

    Today, we’re going to look at the heart of a disciple maker. It’s one thing to change a person’s behavior but quite another to change their heart.

    The Heart of a Disciple Matthew 5:8 and 1 Corinthians 13:1-8, 13 “Come, follow me.” When Jesus spoke those words to the Galilean fishermen, it changed the course of their lives. They dropped their nets and left everything and everyone behind. Over the course of the next three years, more

  • Rewards For Serving Christ Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on May 7, 2015
    based on 4 ratings

    After many stern warnings and instructions to His missionaries, to His disciple makers, Jesus closes the discourse with a promise. Those who faithfully served the Lord & who faithfully support these workers will be rewarded.

  • The Forgotten Work Of Discipleship Part I Series

    Contributed by Terry Frazier on Mar 1, 2014

    The Church needs to refocus on discipling new believers and we aren't doing that very well. Mature Christians need to spend more time and energy on growing new believers so that they can go out and become disciple makers. That's the point of Christianity.

    The Forgotten Work Of Discipleship Part I What do you suppose is the main goal of being a Christian? Is it the forgiveness of sin? Is it to become a better person? Is it to do good things for other people? What about being a better husband or a better wife? What about being a better Mom or Dad? more

  • Three Keys To Making Disciples Series

    Contributed by David Taylor on Mar 13, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    Making Disciples; Making a Difference Three Keys to Making Disciples, part 4

    Making Disciples; Making a Difference Three Keys to Making Disciples, part 4 Acts 2:42-47 To have a successful road trip you need a driver, a vehicle to move you, and a map to show you your destination. Unless you have all three you cannot make a rad trip, you will not get anywhere. The same more

  • How Did Jesus Select His First Disciples?

    Contributed by Doug Morrell on Apr 12, 2005
    based on 53 ratings

    How you can select disciples for the long haul, who produce into the fourth generation, and will preserve the gospel without alteration or addition.

    Today, many people think discipleship is only for the few, the brave, the select, but this is not the Master’s attitude. more

  • Think Eternal

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Nov 18, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Let the future reality of heaven determines the character and conduct of our present life. Our choices and actions in this life have a bearing on the world to come.

    RECAP – Deut 1:26-36 • We saw in Moses’ personal experience as well as the Israelites encounter with God in the wilderness, that UNBELIEF angers God. • It is not for a lack of EVIDENCES or ASSURANCES from God. God has spoken and God has performed, but the people chose to more

  • Tips From The Great Commission

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Mar 10, 2002
    based on 79 ratings

    The Art and Science of Disciplemaking. How to overcome the tendency to just be a spectator Christian.

    The Art and Science of Disciple-Making Most Christians are content to be spectators instead of becoming obedient disciple-makers. True blessings, power and fulfillment is found in being a multiplying disciple-maker. Let us see how we can think, do and become what the Lord’s will for our life more

  • The Global Heart Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Dr. Jonathan L Vorce on Sep 14, 2018

    Do we really understand that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is a GLOBAL GOSPEL, that Jesus died for the WHOLE WORLD, that the Bible is not a Middle Eastern religious book but it is God’s Word to the WHOLE WORLD?

    Luke 2:49 INTRODUCTION: • The Global Heart of Jesus • Where does America stand in relation to the rest of the world? • Global Population as of September 2018 is 7.6 Billion • America 325.7 Million as of the 2017 census (4.6% of the worlds population) • Global Economy - Overall, the Global more

  • "Making Disciples"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Jun 8, 2017

    A sermon on the Great Commission.

    “Making Disciples” Matthew 28:16-20 Why are you here this morning? How did you get here? I don’t mean did you walk or drive? I mean, how did you end up in a Christian Church on a Sunday morning when so many other people are doing so many other things? What I have just read is more