Category: Discipleship

3 Challenges to Creating A Discipleship Culture

The church world is infamous for endlessly regurgitating buzz words and an obsession with trendiness.  I could cite a hundred examples, but my goal is not to offend right off the bat.  Currently, it certainly seems that the phrase-of-the-day or the shiny “new” object is discipleship.  Which got me thinking:  Is that really the case

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3 Facts About Toxic Church People

by Dan Grider 1 Some people will always be high-maintenance. They live and operate out of their woundedness. Remind yourself, “I am not the Holy Spirit. I can’t change them. It’s not my job to change them. My mission has nothing to do with their happiness. I’m never going to please them. I will not

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Made to Multiply

Covenants and Multiplication by Kris Dillingham On three separate occasions in scripture, we find God’s intention to enter into a covenant relationship with humanity. He tied the authority, responsibility, and capacity for multiplication in each of those covenant relationships. When God entered into a covenant relationship with Adam, He commanded him to “be fruitful and

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4 Things I’ve Learned on My Journey to Multiplication Revival

by Kris Dillingham 1. Don’t Underestimate the Power of Prayer I know…that’s not exactly ground-breaking information, but it needs to be stated.  Over and over again!  I am convinced that the journey to true multiplication revival must begin, not in a planning session, but in the prayer closet.  If not, we can easily become enamored

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The Truth Trajectory

Understanding Why We Think the Way We Do By Ken Dillingham, MACM What does the term “Truth Trajectory” mean? The ‘Truth Trajectory’ is a term that I often use to describe the trajectory (or orientation) of the Oneness Pentecostal movement in the 20th and 21st centuries. If you trace the roots of the Oneness movement

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Complexity Makes Cowards of Us All

Excerpt from Dan Grider’s book “You Were Made for This” The primary reason to reduce the complex situations in your life is, complexity makes us cowards. When we don’t know how to move forward we default to procrastination. This is a form of cowardice. Every one of us know what we should do next. Many

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A New Kind of Kingdom Collaborative

By Ken and Kris Dillingham Over the years we have had the privilege of partnering with local churches for the fulfillment of the Great Commission. It is with that kind of passion that we formed this new Kingdom Collaborative. Our desire is to have an impact on our world like we see in the Book

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