We’ll be exploring: Discipleship in Multiethnic Communities. Hear about some “best practices” and “things to avoid.” You don’t want to miss this candid conversation.
What’s it mean to be a transforming presence in a changing zip code? Looking to be more effective at connecting with immigrants in your zip code? Discover resources to launch forward during our conversation with Immigrant Connection Practitioners.
What does it look like to disciple a community? Are there principles that can help us be intentional about our interactions? Let’s talk about it in our July webinar. Join host Kim Gladden and guests Dan Walker and Bernie Haddad to explore this topic.
God’s at work around the world! And we can glean discipleship inspiration from our brothers and sisters around the globe. Featured guest, Pastor Alejandro Sicilia, lead pastor of Senda de Vida, a thriving network of Wesleyan churches in Mexico, City.
Sometimes, it’s really easy to get into the routine of church and traditions and to forget that Jesus is in the forgiveness business.
Certain outcomes for discipleship can only be achieved in certain spaces.
What’s the connection between evangelism and discipleship? Our featured guest will be Chris Conrad, District Superintendent of the Great Lakes region. Streaming from Facebook and YouTube you are invited to join in this discipleship conversation.
Learn more about leveraging the preaching moment with special guest Dr. Dave Ward, Associate Professor of Homiletics & Practical Theology, Indiana Wesleyan University.
How do you move people from shallow Christianity to depth in Christ? Join us to explore this in our February 21 webinar: Emotionally Healthy Discipleship.
Hear more about how disciple-making is the heart and engine of multiplication. And how it can happen no matter how large or small the church. Place your focus on making disciples and training up the people God has already given you.
What does it look like to do discipleship in a church plant where everyone is new? Let’s talk about it in this month’s webinar with Pastors Robert & Arlynn Ellis of CrossRoads Church and Pastor Andre Winters of The Corner Wesleyan Church.
In the early days of the church baptism was a declaration that a believer was identifying with a group of despised people called Christians. But what place does baptism hold in our modern discipleship process?
Let’s talk about how discipleship, mission, and community connect. Join us for a live webinar with Pastor Matt LeRoy of Love Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill, NC.
What does it look like to have lifelong discipleship? Join us here on Facebook Live as we talk about it with Megan Cusumano, Assistant Pastor at North Park Wesleyan Church and Eric Mills, National Pastoral Director of Orphan Sunday & Stand Sunday.
We’re excited to speak with Noel Castellanos, President of CCDA – Christian Community Development Association! Join the conversation as we explore what it means to live the life of a disciple in your community.
Is your desire to have multiplying discipleship? Join the Multiplying Discipleship Webinar with Jon Wiest – Multiplication Pastor at Trinity Church Indianapolis
Every leader needs to go through a discernment process and discover the unique scorecard fitting for their church’s culture. Kingdom scorecards should reflect Jesus’ value system.
Join The Wesleyan Church’s Discipleship Webinar and learn more about holistic discipleship as we discuss The Ransom Church’s pathway for discipleship with Pastors Phil Wiseman and Megan Koch.
Can you make disciples without having relationships? Let’s talk about it. Join us for a webinar on Relational Discipleship where our guest will be Pastor Gina Colburn, lead pastor of Trinity Wesleyan Church.
What does it look like to do discipleship on purpose with a plan? Join Kim Gladden & guests, Rev. Scott Moore, pastor of First Wesleyan Church & Rev. Wes Dupin, pastor of Daybreak Church as we dive into a discussion exploring intentional discipleship
Kids and youth ministry workers at Fuel were reminded that the call to make disciples, unleash kingdom multipliers and walk in unity applies to all ages and generations.
Would you like to know what discipleship looks like in a multiethnic context? Kim Gladden and Rev. Daniel Walker have a great conversation about this with Wesleyan Methodist Church of New Zealand’s Assistant National Superintendent Rev. Brett Jones.
What are the pillars that hold up discipleship? The entire Church Multiplication and Discipleship team is on board to share with you our understanding of the discipleship prompts that can help guide you as you plan your discipleship model.
You can plant a church with the engine of evangelism. But if you want to launch a movement, you will have to engage the engine of discipleship.