The “Brave New World” of the 21st Century requires a “Brave New Discipleship” strategy.

Is This the Greatest Challenge for Discipleship Today?

Posted on: May 26, 2015

Electronic media may present the greatest practical challenge for discipleship today. The presence, power and perversion of much of electronic output certainly creates unprecedented challenges. Regarding the presence of electronic media, it is now possible to be in contact with electronic communication 24 hours a day. From televisions that often go on when families arise…

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When is Less More?

Posted on: May 19, 2015

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Research shows that the mind retains more from a summary than a full presentation. A 1982 study by Carnegie-Mellon University demonstrated that learners retain more from a tight summarization of a subject than they do a full presentation. For this reason, when we teach less, learners may retain more. In addition to that, most learning…

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Does Media-Based Discipleship Work?

Posted on: May 12, 2015

What is the role of relationships vs. electronic media in discipleship? Electronic media, meaning DVD and internet-based curriculum, can be a big help in discipleship if it is the right electronic media, and if it is used in the right way. But it will never replace the centrality of personal relationships in discipleship. With the…

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The Marks of 21st Century Discipleship

Posted on: May 05, 2015

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What some spiritual resources are going to have to look like in the 21st Century. On this website, you will see an approach to discipleship that, I believe, is going to be essential for spiritual success as we move deeper into the 21st century. Many people agree that the church seems to be losing the…

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