Because of the Coronavirus, it looks like we’ll all be a little more sequestered for the time being. And if you’re like most people, you’ll spend much of that time binge-watching Netflix, Hulu, Disney Plus, etc. (Or, maybe you’re the person who loves watching funny cat videos on YouTube.) When you’re finished binge-watching, consider this: How can you make the most of this situation? Continue reading Binge Disciplemaking?
As a custodian, it is never fun to walk into a classroom only to see paper and trash littered everywhere. One classroom had sticky notes all over the floor, on the desks, and in the trash cans. These little pieces of paper with adhesive do not like to be sucked up by a vacuum, so I had to go around and pick up each individual … Continue reading From Sticky-Notes to Friendship
What are you doing THIS FALL to encourage and equip volunteers and students in your ministry?Note: I didn’t ask if you are organizing volunteers. I asked what exactly you’re doing to encourage and equip volunteers (including students). Continue reading What are you doing THIS FALL to encourage and equip volunteers and students in your ministry?
Because of your history with CadreBlog, we want to honor and thank you in a special way. You are among the very first to hear about Cadre’s brand new book, The Disciplemaking Genius of Jesus: The Why, What, and How of Disciplemaking Friendships that Multiply. That’s right. We wanted to do something special for our longtime friends like you—so we’ve printed a limited number of special book covers … Continue reading Are You Aware of Jesus’ Disciplemaking Secret Sauce?
What if we’ve gotten “Leadership” wrong? What’s the difference between being a first-live-er and a first-tell-er? I’d start by outing the western view and lack of a Biblical practice of leadership. Why are western churches so obsessed with a structure where a few special people (talent, presence, temperament, inheritance) define leadership? I am so grateful for the towel wearing leadership of John the Baptist, Jesus … Continue reading What if we’ve gotten “Leadership” wrong?