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Mark Howell on Your Discipleship Strategy

Submitted by James Higginbotham on July 30, 2009 – 4:56 amNo Comment

 Mark Howell wrote an interesting post on the steps we should all take to diagnose our discipleship strategy:

Ever slow down long enough to look at whether your discipleship strategy is actually working?  I know…who has time?  Here’s the thing, we better make time!   As I see it, you don’t have to read between the lines to see the link between leadership and accountability for results (See Matthew 25 or Luke 19 if you doubt me).  That said, how can we determine whether our discipleship strategy is working?

He goes on to answer the following questions:

What 21st-century challenges are testing the design limits of our discipleship strategy?

What are the limitations of our model that have failed to keep up with the times?

Whether you have a broken discipleship strategy or just want to  evaluate your current strategy, check out the post.

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