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Join us for part two of Intentional with Brandon Guindon, award-winning author of his latest book “Intentional”, alongside our host and Director of the Relational Discipleship Network, Mark “Moose” Bright. This engaging session that will provide you with valuable insights that will help you become a better disciple-maker, person, and leader.
In this podcast episode we discuss “Vision Casting, Growth & Building”, featuring Matt Wilson, author of “The 40 Day Discipleship Journey”, alongside our host and Director of the Relational Discipleship Network, Mark “Moose” Bright.
Learn best practices for leading small groups. Discover how to measure the effectiveness of your small groups, and learn how to differentiate between a successful small group that is making disciples versus one that is just a gathering. We will also explore tips for branching out small groups and avoiding common mistakes in leading them.
As we age, we often face natural and supernatural challenges, and need a plan to combat them and finish well. Developing life-giving rhythms is key to sustaining ourselves physically, emotionally, spiritually, and relationally. Find out you can find healthy strategic rhythms as a leader.
In this podcast, “Intentional” (Pt 1) you will learn valuable insights that will help you become a better person, disciple-maker, and leader. We also start to explore eight powerful principles of disciple-making from Brandon Guindon’s latest book “Intentional”.
In this podcast, “Family Ministries” we explored the benefits and importance of having a Family Ministry in your church. This live podcast covered a range of topics, including the purpose of having a Family Ministry, when a church should consider adding one, the role a Family Ministry plays in discipleship, and the common mistakes to avoid.
Jim Putman and Craig Miles with Real Life Ministries explore the topic of creating a Sermon Team and how pastors can spend less time preparing for sermons and more time building disciple-making relationships.