Jun 23, 2014

Mobilize

Episode 6: Creating Discipleship Systems that Multiply Mission


Episode 6: Creating Discipleship Systems that Multiply Mission

How can you cultivate a culture of discipleship that leads to Kingdom movements? In this episode, Scott Kindig shares the strategies used at Grace Fellowship that have helped them plant several campuses, launch house churches at 13 universities, and see students deployed on mission in the workplace and the world.


Scott Kindig
// @scottkindig – Executive Pastor at Grace Fellowship Church in Atlanta, GA


Notable Points

  • College students are the most strategic people in the history of the world to reach.
  • You go farther faster by investing heavily in a few competent influential leaders.
  • Discipleship without a mission, is like an engine without a car.
  • We do church and hope to get disciples. Jesus made disciples, and the result was we got the church.
  • The job of a college minister is not primarily to create gatherings for students to attend, but to develop leaders to deploy.
  • The secret to multiplying mission is that lost people and saved people have to be in the same geography.
  • Discipleship should be low-control and high-accountability, not vice-versa.


Books that you need to read:

The Master Plan of Evangelism – Robert Coleman

Building a Discipling Culture – Mike Breen & Steve Cockram

Multiplying Missional Leaders – Mike Breen

Leading Missional Communities – Mike Breen

Leading Kingdom Movements – Mike Breen


Links we talked about:

http://3dmovements.com/


Connect with us:

Website: collegiatecollective.com

Twitter: @CollegiateColl

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Email: hello@collegiatecollective.com

Podcast: iTunes


about the author

Scott Kindig


Scott is the Executive Pastor at Grace Fellowship Church in Atlanta, GA and has over 20 years experience in ministry to the next generation.