Episode 1.2 — See God Work in a Tangible Way

Do you want to see God work in the lives of those you disciple?

That’s the topic of today’s podcast. We will discuss how to help a person come up with a list of spiritual hopes and goals, and how to use this list in a way that will help the person see God work in his or her life.

Plus, we talk about two great ways to use the hopes and goals list in ministering to your disciple.

First, we discuss how the curriculum addresses a person’s spiritual hopes and goals in a practical way. At the end of the Go in Peace Biblical Discipleship Curriculum we return to the list that was made in the first session to see if God answered your disciple’s goals. It’s one of the coolest visuals aids in the curriculum to see God work.

Second, we encourage you to keep a list of the person’s hopes and goals and use this as a prayer list during the course of the discipling. This is an awesome way to effectively pray for your disciple.

Also, if you want to pre-read what we talk about in today’s podcast grab your Go in Peace Biblical Discipleship Leader’s Manual. Turn to session 1, page 2 and read the portion titled Hopes and Goals.

 

 

If you would like to join a group of Go in Peace Leaders for encouragement, support and prayer click here. It’s a great tool to help you disciple the hurting.

If you would like to purchase the Go in Peace Biblical Discipleship Curriculum Leader’s Manual in either the women’s edition or the men’s edition see the buttons below. The only difference between the two manuals is the cover.

 

The Go in Peace Leader’s Manual for Women

 

The Go in Peace Leader’s Manual for Men

 

If you would like to learn more about Matt Laster and his work in Bulgaria click here.

We hope you enjoyed our podcast. We look forward to hearing from you. Feel free to leave a comment. Let us know what you thought about the podcast. Also please share any ideas or requests of how we can help you become the best biblical discipler possible.

 

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