Discipleship Training


We provide a number of dynamic, life-changing biblical discipleship training seminars to groups or congregations of any size. Our distinct method emphasizes biblical, concept-based principles, not a program or curriculum. For over fifteen years we have searched the Scriptures for its pattern for discipleship and biblical leadership and have discovered some amazing and neglected truths. It is not only important to know what should be done but why it must be done. What you are to about to discover throughout these training sessions is the power and pattern of biblical discipleship that transforms the world. It requires three core components: 1) a spiritual believer-culture, 2) a spiritual leadership that is founded on biblical servant leadership, and 3) a unique regimen of apostolic doctrine. What follows is a description of some of our core sessions.


Clarifying Our Commission
During this introductory session you will learn precisely what our Great Commission is and the role of believers in fulfilling its mandate. We will distinguish between the disciple and a convert, and look closely at the mandate’s core components: the transmission of the gospel, the transfer of allegiance, and the transformation of the believer.

The Discipleship Mix
Discipleship does not occur in a vacuum, but requires a spiritual/behavioral environment (we collectively call a “love culture”) in order to thrive. In this session, we will discuss the dynamics of the discipleship process. Participants will gain profound insight into the believer’s unique spiritual or cultural identity. Specifically, participants will discover the unique mix of nine cultural and ministry components (The Discipleship Mix) that are essential for discipleship.

Discipleship by Divine Design
This session focuses on God purpose for discipleship and also examines its intentional design. We will study the discipleship program structure from a divine perspective—that of seminar[1]cultural differentiation. We will note the integration of theology, psychology and methodology for successful discipleship. Finally, we will note how believers’ lives are positively affected, and how the Kingdom of God grows in power and influence.


The Call & Response to Kingdom Leadership
Leadership is essential for change, but it can also be part of the problem. However, before you can solve a problem you must clearly understand it. This session is designed to do just imagesCA2JAZQBthat. We will visit the foundation for lasting success in leadership, noting the basis for the laborer’s final reward for ministry service. This provoking and insightful segment is a must for those who are serious about change.

The Kingdom Leadership Model
In this session we examine the Kingdom Leadership Model in detail. Going beyond its unique properties and structure, we will examine the psychology behind its success, and the model’s application for spiritual leaders on every level and in every sphere—from the home, school, or workplace to the church. Because leaders can only spiritually reproduce who they are, attendees will see a clear relationship between the model’s application and successful discipleship. Participants will discover provisions within the model that make it unlikely for leaders to fall prey to the abuses of power occurring today.

The Message of the Gospel
Leaders are charged with the responsibility of preaching the “gospel.” But what is that . . . exactly? Many leaders today lack theological clarity about the origin, concept, and content of the gospel assigned to the church. Why was the message of John the Baptist and Jesus different from that of the Apostle Paul’s? And how does that compare to the “everlasting gospel” preached by angels? This session explores all these questions, and is designed to give theological clarity and accuracy to preacher’s message.

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  1. Bernard on October 18, 2014 at 3:25 pm said:


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