NUGGET TRAINING: ORDINARY DISCIPLES, EXTRAORDINARY GOD

What is Jesus Looking for in Those who Follow Him?
Thursday, June 25, 2020 | 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM (CDT)

An illiterate woman in South Asia got up to speak when asked to share about being a disciple-maker. She said, “I just do what everyone does. Pray for people to be healed, make disciples, plant churches.” What is Jesus looking for in those that follow Him? In many places around the world, we tend to believe that knowledge is key–that the more we know the better we’ll be at making disciples. But is that what we see in Scripture?

In this Nugget we’ll look at important passages in God’s Word that reveal to us what Jesus truly cares about when He asks people to follow Him. We’ll examine Biblical examples of “ordinary men who had been with Jesus.” The God we serve is extraordinary, but He chooses to work through ordinary people like you and me. We’ll also explore some modern-day examples of how God is using ordinary people to further His Kingdom to the ends of the earth!

Phase 1 Equipping

Phase 1  is an excellent way to “try it out”: to see disciple making movement (DMM) principles modeled and learn by doing.

For those that can’t relocate to an in-person Phase 1 hub city, you can begin an online disciple making movement (DMM) training. The online group would miss out on the in-person interaction that Phase 1 offers but participants in the online DMM training will be encouraged to get a group of friends to join you as you implement the principles you will be taught with friends.

Nuggets: FREE ONLINE Training

Nugget Trainings are FREE and happen online. Learn through a Discovery Bible Study method how to share the gospel with friends, coworkers and family.

These trainings happen every other week and we cover a range of topics from whose job it is to draw people to Jesus to having spiritual conversations with Muslims. If you want to learn how to become a disciple like the disciples in the New Testament then this training is for you. Learn how to share your faith with confidence.

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