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The Bonhoeffer Project

// INFORMATION COPIED FROM THEIR WEBSITE

Making disciples requires intentionality. William Law in his book, A Serious Call to a Holy and Devout Life, made this point: the reason people don’t change behavior is that they never really intend to do so. The intention to make disciples requires a plan, if you have no plan, you don’t really intend to do it. The Bonhoeffer Project helps each participant craft a plan that is biblically sound and a good fit for their ministry context. Each of the ten gatherings will focus on a specific subject that then is followed by a monthly project.

The website outlines three goals/objectives of the plans they help create:

Reclaim the Discipleship-first Gospel: With all the false “gospels” circulating in the world today, we’re equipping leaders to put the gospel of discipleship first.

Craft a Personal Disciple-Making Plan: Everyone needs a plan in order to make disciples. Through our process, you will walk away with an actionable plan.

Change the World, One Person at a Time: The Kingdom of God is a world-wide movement, and by investing into one person at a time, you can change the world.

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