Monday, November 12, 2018

Disciple-Making Practicum

I'm starting a couple disciple-making practicums* soon, and I'd love for you (yes, you!) to be a part of them. You can read the full details here, but in short, you'll learn ten skills to help you share the Gospel and make disciples AND (stay with me here) you'll actually get to put those skills into practice.

The two practicums I'm starting will both be located in Pekin and meet:

  • Mondays, 430-6pm
  • Thursdays, 345-515pm
If you are interested in either one, let me know!  If you're interested but those times and locations don't work, let me know that too and we can try to schedule something else.



*What does the word practicum even mean?  A practicum is a course of study that involves the practical application of previously studied theory.  Or in layman's terms: A practicum is where you practice what you study.

Jesus tells us to teach new disciples to obey the commands he had given them. We are not to just teach about the commands but actually teach people to obey. Obeying takes practice. That's what we're talking about. I hope you'll consider joining.

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