discipleship

September 21, 2019
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Can Anything Grow in the Desert? Testimony from a Pastoral Trainer in Kenya

Watch our video interview with Pastor Tasse, be encouraged, and learn more about MentorLink International’s resources for training leaders who lead like Jesus. A written interview is below, as well as links to the MentorLink courses. We encourage you to subscribe to our YouTube channel for future interviews. “ With explosive numeric growth but few trained pastors, Christ’s Church in the great continent of Africa has been described by African leaders as “a mile wide and an inch deep”—a description which can fit many congregations anywhere. Kenyan pastoral trainer Pastor Alia Tasse rejoices over the rampant church planting in Africa. […]
March 28, 2019
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Spiritual Reproduction

In Matthew 28:19 Jesus commands all His followers to “go and make disciples of all nations.” This is the Great Commission and is the sole purpose of the Church. But it is especially important for church leaders. They are not told to go make church members or purely invite people to come to church.  It goes far beyond that.  It means that they will need to invest themselves in the lives of those they witness to for Christ and bring to His altar.  However, they can’t possibly spend enough time with every church member or visitor they encounter. Therefore, they will need to multiply […]
June 8, 2017

Reproducing Disciple-Making Leaders

How to reproduce disciple-making leaders? As we look toward the principles of the GProCongress and training pastoral leaders, we must move from the internal to the external. My last two posts highlighted the more important internal dimensions of being a Christ-like leader before we can pass anything along to others. In this post, I will be focusing on reproducing disciple-making leaders. Our relationship with Christ Our relationship with Christ is primary and nothing you can do should supersede that objectives. It comes first and foremost and I find that most pastors fail in this area. Often they get caught up […]