What do we need to subtract in order to develop a disciple-making culture?
If we’re busy (and we are!) and disciples aren’t being made (and they often aren’t!) if we are to get to that place of “glorifying God by making disciples” we can’t just add something- there’s no room, no margin.
We need to subtract something before we add anything else.
And subtracting is hard. Far harder than adding sth.
Think of the difference between a Swiss army knife and a filleting knife. The Swiss army knife can do a lot of things, but none of them very well. The filleting knife has one simple purpose for which it is exceedingly well designed.
A church with a strong disciple-making culture looks more like the filleting knife than the Swiss army knife. Read More→