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It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

My absolute favorite time of the year is the Christmas season. I love everything about it. Decorations, baking goodies, buying gifts for everyone, watching Hallmark movies, and spending time with family. It just doesn’t get any better does it? But one of the things I...

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Replicate Round Up For December 11th, 2019

Replicate Round Up For December 11th, 2019

5 Outdated Leadership Practices in Today's Office (Why 8-4 Doesn’t Work Anymore) by Carey Nieuwhof "What seemed normal at work for several generations is suddenly seeming as outdated as driving to Blockbuster to pick up a movie." What Does the Bible Have to Say about...

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How To Lose Seven Million People

How To Lose Seven Million People

Twenty-two years ago, in 1997, SBC churches reported having about 5,224,000 people in average weekly attendance. Over the next twenty years, as evangelism exploded in the SBC’s consciousness, we saw 7,155,000 people baptized in these churches. So then, twenty years...

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Paul’s Heart For The Philippians

Paul’s Heart For The Philippians

9 And it is my prayer that your love may abound more and more, with knowledge and all discernment, 10 so that you may approve what is excellent, and so be pure and blameless for the day of Christ, 11 filled with the fruit of righteousness that comes through Jesus...

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Replicate Round Up for December 4th, 2019

Replicate Round Up for December 4th, 2019

Three Characteristics of Healthy Church Discipline by Sam Parkison "There is a tremendous weight of responsibility on churches, then, to wield the keys of the kingdom of heaven with care and responsibility." 4 Traits of an Emotionally Unhealthy Leader by Pete Scazzero...

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#81: Disconnecting from Technology to Connect with God

#81: Disconnecting from Technology to Connect with God

In this episode of the Making Disciples podcast, Robby and Chris continue the discussion of how instant access to technology has fundamentally changed us. How can we retake control of our lives? [arve url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hfR8_vAVMM&feature=youtu.be"...

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Two Bible Reading Plans for Busy Believers

Two Bible Reading Plans for Busy Believers

Are you looking for the best Bible reading plan for busy believers? There are two things we can know for sure about everybody reading this:  Getting into God’s Word is crucial if you want to have a relationship with Him. You are busy.  A quick Google search will...

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Deacons Wives as Disciple-makers

Deacons Wives as Disciple-makers

The Lord has given each of us influence in our life. If we ponder for a moment and consider this, a few groups may rise to the surface.  We have been given influence with our families, our co-workers, our neighbors, our friends, and most likely there are more areas. ...

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Replicate Round Up For November 27th, 2019

Replicate Round Up For November 27th, 2019

Wisdom Wears a Watch by Erik Raymond "The simplest contrast between the unwise and the wise, biblically speaking, is between those who build their life and identity upon what the Bible says and those who don’t." The Crucial Discipline Church Leaders Often Neglect On...

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Too Good To Be True

Too Good To Be True

One of the foundational disciplines of a D-group is prayer.  One of the first prayer promises that I committed to memory when I was a college student at LSU was John 15:7. If you abide in me, and my words abide in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for...

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Replicate Round Up for November 20th, 2019

Replicate Round Up for November 20th, 2019

Doing The Work by Craig Etheredge "There is no time that we are walking more closely in Jesus’ steps than when we are following His example by investing our lives in others." What’s the Point of Reading the Bible, Anyway by J.D. Greear " But sermons aren’t meant to...

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Replicate Round Up for November 13, 2019

Replicate Round Up for November 13, 2019

Afraid To Make A Move? 7 Risks Any Leader Can Take. by Carey Nieuwhof "Here’s what’s worse. From a distance, it’s hard to tell the difference between a fearful leader and a lazy leader." The Technological Discipleship Gap by Ed Stetzer "There is a technology...

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#78: Discipling Through Anxiety

#78: Discipling Through Anxiety

In this episode of the Making Disciples podcast, Robby and Chris discuss anxiety, how the church should respond to mental health, and more. In This Episode, You’ll Discover: Robby's history with anxiety Why it's okay for...

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Why Journaling the Word is Essential

Why Journaling the Word is Essential

While Robby and I were dating, we spent more time apart than we did together. We lived an hour and a half away from each other, which means that the time we got to be together were on the weekends—until he went away for the summer to be a camp pastor in Glorieta, New...

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Replicate Round Up for November 6th, 2019

Replicate Round Up for November 6th, 2019

How to Help Others Understand and Apply the Bible by Matthew S. Harmon "Helping others understand the Bible and apply it to their lives is a great privilege and a great responsibility." 6 Mistakes The Church Often Makes With New Believers by Daniel Darling "Too often...

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Why We Don’t Make Disciples – Part 2

Why We Don’t Make Disciples – Part 2

This post is part of our Why We Don’t Make Disciples series Reason 2: An Uncharted Destination When a new leader comes into a company or a business and wants to implement a new strategy, three things have to happen. They must:  Define reality They have to figure out...

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Starting Strong Part 2: A Mind Filled With God’s Word

Starting Strong Part 2: A Mind Filled With God’s Word

The end-goal of the Christian life is to live in such a way that we bring God glory at every turn. As we learned last time, part of this means having our hearts ruled by His peace. Paul laid this out for us in Colossians 3:14-15: 14 Above all, put on love, which is...

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