I was recently sent an interview with Roy Moran on disciple making movements.
Some of the quotes…
In order to make disciples who make disciples, you need to learn a new language. In a churched world, we have to tear down a lot of concepts.
It’s not about making disciples, but about making disciples who make disciples.
Making disciples who make disciples is a lifestyle.
Start with a group, rather than individuals…
Learn the space you are in. Where do people have relationships and activities there? Begin prayer walks there in order to learn it. Pray for God to lead you to people who are spiritually interested.
Below, I lined up all 3 parts of the interview for easy viewing… (each video has a short duplicated intro but each has new content.) Also, you’ll see below and after the videos, I share the resources he refers to.
The Father Glorified: True Stories of God’s Power Through Ordinary People
Spent Matches – Roy’s book on being apart of an institutional church but with a missional focus.
Multipliers for Educators (I couldn’t find it but found this: http://multipliersbooks.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Multipliers-Minimizing-Accidental-Diminisher-Tendencies-May-2017.pdf
Teaching as a Subversive Activity – Neil Postma
DMM City Team – Now NewGenerations
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