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Becoming a Disciple-Maker

“Becoming A Disciple-Maker” by Billie Hanks Jr. is an excellent resource for training disciples. As we develop spiritual growth skills and mature, witnessing simply becomes the natural overflow of our relationship with Jesus Christ. You’ll learn how to be usable by God, to be attentive to the Lord’s speaking by memorizing scripture and meditating on it, Jesus’ method of making disciples, and how the early church was making disciples.

// SUBMITTED BY KEVIN HOOPS

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Rekindle the Fire 2023

Watch the videos from Rekindle the Fire 2023!
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Biblical Principles of Church Leadership

In this Leadership Workshop, Micah Johnson (AED Board Chairman) will present Biblical wisdom that can equip lay leadership as they carry out their congregation's mission.
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Disciple Equipping Workshop: Winter 2024

Tabor Lutheran Church, Webster SD; Livestream available
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Rekindle The Fire 2022

Hear the audio recordings of the Rekindle the Fire conference 2022
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The Lutheran Ambassador

The Lutheran Ambassador is a free magazine, published monthly by the AFLC. It exists to educate its readers about the AFLC, to encourage the local congregation, to equip Christians...
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The Berean Test

Whether you are a Worship Leader, Church member, or just listening to songs on the radio; do you ever wonder if what you are listening to is theologically accurate? Is it Christ-Centered or Me-Centered? Do the lyrics come from scripture?...
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The Mirror

If you are looking for a high quality tract to share your faith, "The Mirror" is an excellent means to do that...
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Unexpected Harvest

Jesus told a parable to his disciples about a sower who scattered seed. Some of the seed fell on good soil and produced a great harvest. However, much of the seed fell on rocky, shallow, thorny, and bird infested soil. These areas did not produce anything. Unexpected Harvest addresses the question, “What if the soil could be changed?”...
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Home Builders: Joining God Where He is at Work

By talking with people in our church and community, we found that there were a number of younger, unchurched families looking for family-friendly activities. There was also interest in gaining parenting skills and improving marriages...
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Food Pantry: Meeting the Physical and Spiritual Need of Our Communities

We are a church in the middle of cornfields in northern Illinois. We originally thought to empty some dishes out of the church kitchen cabinets and have some staple foods on hand to help people. We quickly found out that the need was bigger than we thought...

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