With all the content and info available to us today–about anything and everything, including the Bible and making disciples—you would think every Christian would be a mature and confident disciple-maker by now.
This week on the Everyday Disciple Podcast, we talk about why true discipleship is not about the consumption and passing on of knowledge. We don’t need more information–we need more transformation. This is a key shift in making progress toward making disciples who make disciples. In This Episode You’ll Learn:
From this episode: "True discipleship is not about the consumption of and passing on of information. It’s not about knowing a lot of scripture and gaining Bible literacy. You see, it’s not Bible literacy we’re after; it’s gospel fluency. We don’t need more information–we need more transformation!"
- Why the glut of Christian content online is not producing mature disciples.
- Why so many leaders in the church today are MAXED OUT.
- What is keeping discipleship from being many pastors' key focus.
- The importance of finding the help you need to develop new discipleship rhythms for yourself and others NOW.
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