HELPFUL VIDEOS TO GET YOU STARTED

1. GETTING STARTED: HOW DO I DISCIPLE SOMEONE?

It’s helpful to think about discipleship as a pathway. Our job is to know where the person we are .working with is on this pathway, if they want to move forward and what their next step looks like.  Stages helps us see what a pathway can look like. You can ask the person you are working with to fill out an online assessment here.

After seeing their results you should have “The Talk” with them. Choose from the following versions:

For an overview of all 3 click here.

2. HOW TO USE SELF ASSESSMENTS

Self assessments are powerful in a culture where people want to tell you where they are instead of letting you tell them where they are. The information we can get from assessments are a great starting point in a discipleship relationship. We’ll show you in the video how to use the online assessment and how to unpack the followup email.

3.  WHAT ARE GROWTH RHYTHMS?

Growth Rhythms are the new behaviors followers of Jesus develop that helps them mature in their faith. Every discipleship has a promise in its core that if you make a certain investment, it will pay off in growth. Growth Rhythms are that promise in our discipleship process. Read more about these Growth Rhythms here.

 

4. WHAT IS A MEET-UP AND HOW DO I LEAD ONE?

A Meet-Up is the time we spend together intentionally focusing on our spiritual growth. Not all discipleship happens in our Meet-Up’s but when we do focus on growth, it’s important to have a structure that keeps us balanced between head (thinking), hand (doing) and heart (feeling). We also want to provide an easy and visible model for the person we are working with so that they will know how to lead a discipleship relationship themselves in the future.

You can download our Meet-Up guide here.

To read more about Meet-Up’s click here.

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