You have plenty of adults being discipled…but you are rarely producing disciple makers. Real disciples make disciples. If all you’re making is more knowledgable consumers, you have a bad disciple-making strategy. You can have a steady stream of people completing the curriculum, but if you rarely see disciples become disciple-makers it is time to take a serious look at your results.
This is why we actually keep track of as many D-Groups as possible at Brainerd. We want to see if people are replicating the following year. If they aren’t, we want to follow up with more training.
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