Resource: Making Disciples and Launching Movements

November 10, 2010 — 2 Comments

Do you want to help your disciples assess where they are on their journey toward becoming a Christ-centered lifetime laborer? Click here for a simple one-page tool that has been used on campuses around the world to keep students (and staff) focused on our mission. The “Making Disciples and Launching Movements” tool is part of the STINT briefing training and has been developed and refined over the last 20 years.

I’ve submitted this resource as part of the Re-Think Blogference “Resource Drive” going on this week. Click here to learn how to add your best stuff or click here to find out what others have contributed.

2 responses to Resource: Making Disciples and Launching Movements

  1. Ken, great resource. I’m going to quote some of your words and reference the one page tool mentioned in this blog in my weekly tip to students next week. Thanks bro. We prayed for you and the executive team by name on our run today over lunch. Blessings, Ben Rivera

  2. Ben, thanks for the prayerful encouragement. I really appreciate your ministry in coaching student leaders over distance. You and your team are living proof that students can lead well!

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