Feeling stuck in your faith?
Take advantage of these resources to jump start godly growth in your life.
Many people believe that discipleship is important, but they need help. In fact, the vast majority of Christians report that they have never been personally discipled by a more mature follower of Jesus. Is it any wonder that they have a difficult time knowing how to disciple others?
If making disciples of Jesus is the greatest cause on earth, how should we equip people to do it? This handbook is a practical guide for how to embrace the discipleship lifestyle – being a disciple of Jesus and how to make other disciples of Jesus. With contributions from pastors and teachers like Francis Chan, Jeff Vanderstelt, Bill Hull, Jim Putman, KP Yohannan, and Robert Coleman, the authors present seven elements that are necessary for disciple making to occur.
Every Mary needs an Elizabeth. Jesus made sure to tuck this story of discipleship in the Gospel of Luke. The Titus 2 model of women discipling women is as important today as it was thousands of years ago.
But, who is she? What traits should you be looking for? What traits should you steer clear of?
This FREE download will help you find your Elizabeth.
”Mom, you re so mean!” Do you struggle to instill loving boundaries and become discouraged when your child doesn’t like you for them? Let The Mean Mom’s Guide inspire you to dig in and stand your ground when parenting gets tough–because a mean mom isn’t always the mean you think it means.
The Mean Mom’s Guide to Raising Great Kids encourages overly nice ”marshmallow” moms to instill a few much-needed boundaries. It motivates parents to stand their ground when childrearing is tough, most especially when a child doesn’t like them for it. If you want to raise independent, respectful, hard-working adults, you’ll quickly learn how mean moms raise great kids!
FREE Leader’s Guide – Use this leader’s guide to encourage godly parenting.
Just Too Busy – Taking Your Family on a Radical Sabbatical is the true story of the Kraft family’s head-on collision with busyness and the twelve-month experiment that changed their lives. When their children could recite the dollar value meals at McDonald’s faster than the times-tables, Joanne and Paul Kraft knew something was very wrong. So, instead of continuing their busyness habit and fitting more into their schedules, they took a year off from all extracurricular activities and learned how to be a family again. In this book, readers will laugh their way to learning the ten telltale signs that they’re just too busy and find the courage to guard their families from the temptation of constant distraction.
FREE Leader’s Guide – Exhausted, overwhelmed and frustrated about your busy life? Break free from the captivity of activity. Use the Just too Busy leader’s guide to help you and your friends. with Justy too Busy and then share with a friend. It’s what discipleship is all about.