As new believers, we were passionate about being committed followers of Christ. We showed up to church eager to learn, grow, and be missional. But the church failed to provide discipleship. After a decade of frustration, we left the church—not our faith.
It was a self-imposed exile that led us to question the purpose of church and to analyze the expectations we place on church institutions. This revealed that churches were not being effective in fulfilling their purpose of transforming disciples into DiscipleMakers. Through prayer and scripture God provided insight and refocused our hearts. He then called us back to church to serve in love and on mission.
Today, we use our backgrounds in economics and education to look at how systems within the church function. We examine church structures and how these business and educational models influence discipleship. Our goal is to see every believer become a DiscipleMaker.
“Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you” ~Matthew 28:19-20
To see every disciple become a DiscipleMaker.
To help you make disciples more effectively–and to help you make more effective disciples.
We do this by
- practicing Biblical Christ-centered disciple-making; which is strategic, intentional, and educational.
- helping you identify and overcome the unique barriers preventing you from engaging in effective disciple-making, and by mentoring you through the process of developing a plan for discipling your own DiscipleMakers.
- building community with other DiscipleMakers for encouragement and to further understand their discipleship methods.
- writing and speaking on topics related to Scripture and disciple-making.
- curating relevant material and sharing it on Social Media.