Radical Disciple Making

Radical Disciple Making

A Radically Different Conference

The #1 Concern Pastors Have is Effective Disciple Making

If your church is suffering from:

  • Sketchy worship attendance by leaders and members
  • Widespread biblical illiteracy
  • Unresolved conflict
  • “Entitled Membership” syndrome
  • Ineffective evangelism and outreach programs
  • Low baptismal count

The Radical Disciple Making Conference is for you!

 

Four Life-changing Sessions

Session 1: Developing a Discipleship Pipeline

Session 2: Radical Accountability: The Path to Faithful Discipleship

Session 3: Radical Jesus: Radical Change

Session 4: The Nuts-n-Bolts of a Radical Disciple-Making Church

 

Join the Effective Church Group for the RDM 2016 Tour

  • September 17, 2016

Redeemer United Methodist Church

13980 Shavey Road, DeWitt, MI 48820

  • One day conference, 9:00am to 3:45pm
  • $75.00/person. Teams of 3 or more save $10.00/person
  • Great Perks for participants
  • Comprehensive workbook with strategic planning guides
  • Download High-Voltage Spirituality to get your team started before you arrive
  • $50 gift card for each paid registrant who attends

 

Find out more at:

Radicaldisciplemaking.com

From Membership to Discipleship

with Dr. Phil Maynard, Director of Excellence in Ministry Coaching – www.emc3coaching.com

Part 1: Foundations

This session will introduce your discipleship team to a core definition for discipleship, differentiate between discipleship and Christian Education, describe six dimensions of life lived as a disciple, present a fl ow of moving disciples toward maturity, and introduce the Discipleship Growth Survey as a tool to support personal discovery and opportunities for congregational growth.

Part 2: Movements

Differentiate between membership and discipleship, make observations about the movement toward maturity, identify catalysts for spiritual growth, explore the practices necessary to move a disciple toward maturity between each of the phases of development.

Part 3: Discipleship as a Contact Sport

Discipleship is not a one-size fits-all but it does require a relational component. Explore a variety of discipling relationships, the value of each, and where each best fits in the discipleship process.

Part 4: Equipping for Transformation (How we support the Discipling Process)

Discover what types of relationships and educational support work best for supporting disciples in the various phases of development. Understand the five components every disciple needs to grow and how the church can help.

Part 5: Building an Intentional Discipleship Process

Learning from the best in history, participants identify the key elements of a transformational discipleship process, identify strengths and gaps in their current context, and build a plan for moving forward.

Registration is now closed for this event.

 

Heartland District Conference 2015

Heartland District Conference
Saturday, November 7, 2015
9:00 am-3:30 pm
Carson City UMC

 “Discipleship Matters”
Dr. Matt Hook

The Heartland District Conference will be held Saturday, November 7 from 9:00 am-3:30 pm at Carson City UMC (119 E. Elm St., Carson City, MI).  Dr. Matthew Hook, Pastor at Dexter UMC will be the special guest speaker focusing on “Discipleship.”  A Ministry Fair will also be featured throughout the day with several local churches/groups present to discuss their ministries and how your church can start some similar projects in your area.  Click here for a bulletin insert with all the details!

We will be collecting COMPLETE Haiti Student School Bags at the door.  Back-to-school sales are going on now, so buy while supplies are cheap!  Click here to see the list of items you need to include in your school bag.

Click here to register!  Deadline to register online is Sunday, November 1 ($10 per person).  After November 1, you may register at the door ($15 per person)