August 9, 2021

“More Disciples” adapts the Zúme Training

We at Zúme are excited about the model our friends at “More Disciples” are using to help members at local churches to transform, train, and thrive. They adapted the Zúme Training into TGroups — a 3-Thirds Group model, designed specifically for churches. A TGroup agrees to gather once each week for 15 weeks. Each meeting… Read more »

April 7, 2021

Zúme Training for Your Church

Are you a church or group looking to explore disciple-making movement (DMM) strategies? Would you consider beta-testing a new course which utilizes Zume materials but, with the blessing of Zume leadership, reshuffles the timing so that the entire course happens within 5 gatherings across 4 weeks instead of in 10 meetings of 2 hours each?… Read more »

September 11, 2020

Zúme Training in One Page

Download and print out this manual to have a summary of the Zúme Training on one page.

May 15, 2020

Zúme Training on Zoom

Are you training a remote group? Consider using Zoom (a low-cost video streaming platform) to deliver Zúme Training. Here’s a short overview to help you get started: Before your first meeting: Set up a Zoom Pro account. (If you’re training in short sessions, Zoom offers free accounts that limit group meetings to 40 minutes) Activate… Read more »

April 21, 2020

Micro Training for 3/3 Groups

Zúme Micro Training strategy helps groups and simple churches to share the 30 Zúme training concepts and tools in small, 15-minute sessions during your normal group meeting. TARGET AUDIENCE Groups or Simple Churches who want ongoing training as part of their group gatherings. Any size group that wants to help people grow as disciples who… Read more »

January 23, 2020
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Taste of Zúme

Expose participants to a 4-hour ‘commercial’ of the training content from Zúme and equip them with a few skills for making disciples.

January 23, 2020

Making Disciples of Jesus on University Campuses

Teach students to listen to God so they can grow in loving God, loving others, and making disciples. Also to equip them with simple tools to help them communicate the gospel and multiply disciples on campus and after they graduate.