4D Discipleship Results
What's the difference?
4D will enable a Discipler to:
- Tailor-make the discipleship interactions through personal reflections and a coaching heart.
- Assess the unique design of a person with the acclaimed Winslow Bible Profile assessment.
- Identify and help actualize the unique desire or core values of a person while aligning themselves with kingdom of God values.
- Call forth the God-given dreams in alignment with the renewed mind.
- Step toward one's destiny by coach plans and action steps.
What are the results?
There are results for the person being trained and for the end user being discipled. For those who take this training you can expect the following:
- Accelerated effectiveness in personally discipling or training others.
- Integration of the coaching approach into any existing discipleship or leadership development strategy.
- Thinking more like Jesus in the way He made disciples
- Feeling the satisfaction of seeing 4th generation multiplication (2Tim. 2:2)
- Doing the Great Commission of Matthew 28:18 more powerfully
- Become a 4D Discipler and/or qualify to be part of our team as a 4D Discipleship Coach for others going through this program by completing the Accelerated Coach Training Program (ACT) or the Formation Track and receiving your Growth Coach Certificate.
What are people saying?
“I have rediscovered the difference of combining both content and context in our discipleship strategy. The four dynamics make so much sense that I am surprised that we missed it for so long.” (Chairman of pastoral ministerial meeting)
“We are having quite an adventure insuring that all of our training strategies asks the 4-D questions…it has revitalized our staff.” (Equipping Pastor)
“I didn’t know that ‘tailor-made’ was biblical…I though it was self-centered but now I realize it is God centered.” (Boomer disciple)
“I have moved closer to celebrating other’s differences instead of tolerating them. I really see others more from the Father’s Heart” (long term church member)
“You have renewed my passion for disciple making” (men’s ministry leader)
“Design, Desire, Dream, and Destiny rocks!” (high-schooler)
Questions for Pastors
What do our people need in order to be able to answer the 2 core questions, “How do I know that I am a maturing disciple?” and “How do I know that I am making disciples?”
If my ministry was know for its ability to develop and deploy disciples what would need to change to make that a reality?
How could the role of physical and spiritual fathers and mothers play a key role in successful discipleship on my watch?
What part and pattern of the role of Jesus in making disciples could I rediscover that could be a tipping point for our church?