Multiply: The Act of Making a Disciple


Sorry for being so quiet lately, but work has taken over the majority of my free time so little time to write.  I am working on a new post now, but lost with how to finish it up.  In the meantime though, I want to share you Multiply.  This is a project that Francis Chan and David Platt have been working on to help make disciples according to the Great Commission. 

I am still starting out with it, but it looks like a great tool for anyone who is looking to make a more serious commitment.  For any of you who have read not a fan, this might be a good place to start the process of being committed to God and not just a fan of what He does or who He is.

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3 responses to “Multiply: The Act of Making a Disciple

  1. The greatest mission? Making disciples in every nation of the world?

    Good grief, but how religious belief first blinds then misguides us as a species.

    • I know, but not everyone is able to free themselves from those old superstitions and embrace the idea that man just evolved into something that is so unnatural. One of these days though, they will break free or die and then it really won’t matter.

  2. Man is “so unnatural”? Care to explain?

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