We need to equip every disciple to view the world through two sets of lenses. One lens is those people with whom they have ongoing relationships. The other lens is every people, tribe, tongue, and nation.
One thing that every disciple needs to be equipped in is to have eyes to see where the kingdom isn’t. We’re naturally wired to look at what is. Our eyes are drawn to what is. But we need to develop eyes to see where the kingdom isn’t.
The greatest blessing helps me identify people that I especially want to focus extra attention and effort in coaching. Those who are following and leading.
Duckling disciples realize that you don’t have to be a mature duck to lead a duckling, you just have to be one step ahead of the duckling behind you.
Somehow the word obedience has come to have a negative connotation. That’s just not true in the Bible. Love means obedience.
The spiritual economy is based on me getting profit or gaining from what I give away. This is the opposite of the earthly economy.
So who needs to multiply? Every disciple needs to multiply. Every disciple is a multiplier of the kingdom of God. God’s chosen ambassador.
So what is a church? Well in the Bible, the word church is mainly used in three different ways. (1) Universal Church, (2) Regional Church, (3) House Church.
So why should we even talk about the importance of multiplying disciples? It’s because it’s something that’s important to God.
The purpose of series “Multiplication Concepts” is to introduce you to basic concepts of multiplying disciples and simple churches as followers of Jesus.