Not Consumers and Partisans
Jesus’ final command to his followers is to “make disciples” (Matt. 28:19), believers who know and live Jesus’ teachings, evidencing the fruits of the Spirit, and disadvantaging themselves to serve others as Christ did.
Our research found that while we make disciples, our methodologies are missing something. We have too many believers who are consumers, partisans, biblically illiterate, don’t evidence the fruits of the Spirit, or aren’t being transformed to be more like Jesus. This isn’t about creating another program. It's about changing our Church culture so disciple-making is intentional, relational, accountable, and universal.
DISCIPLE-MAKING CHURCH CULTURE
CHURCH IN ACTION PODCAST: DISCIPLE-MAKING EPISODES
"The way we do church, we always put an expert at the center. This reinforces the idea that everyday people can't do ministry."
Gina Mueller of 3DMovements
Transformational Discipleship Report from the Cecil B. Day Foundation
This profitable study from the Cecil B. Day Foundation is the result of their team sitting down with a number of churches (varying in size, denomination, and age) who are successfully making disciples who multiply, asking them about their strategy and infrastructure. Click below to read about the main findings from their interviews!
Jesus Shaped Discipleship and Mission Study from 3DMovements
3DMovements possesses an authoritative knowledge of disciple-making models on both small and large scales - this introduction to their methodology will equip and encourage anyone seeking to make disciples who do justice and love Jesus. Click below to learn more!