Sunday, January 01, 2012

Faith Trainer Guide: Helping People Follow Jesus

I've just completed a project that has been, in some sense, decades in the making. Well, to say I've completed it may be inaccurate, for it's really the first step of a much larger mosaic. So let's say that I've reached a milestone that, for me, is critical to fulfilling my calling.

All my life I've had a desire to assist regular Christians to be an active part of the Great Commission. Yet what I've witnessed in my 20-plus years in ministry has been a deadly combination of apathy, misdirected efforts from church leaders, and outright opposition to disciple-making.

For many years now, the Lord has brought people into my life cutting-edge Christian leaders who focused on different aspects of disciple-making: Steve Sjogren (servant evangelism), Lee Thomas (praying for the lost), Bill Fay (sharing the gospel), and Jim Petersen (spiritual parenting)--just to name a few. It took a while for it all to sink in and to overcome those who opposed what the Lord was doing, but Part 1 of the project is now complete.

Faith Trainer Guide: Helping People Follow Jesus is a free downloadable self-study workbook that may be able to help you effectively reach your lost loved ones for Christ. Just click the banner above that says "Faith Trainer Guide" and you can download it from that page.

May your prayers be everything our Heavenly Father desires, and may He grant you everything you ask (John 15:7-8).


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