You've heard us talk about Disciple Making Communities—groups of Christians on a mission to make disciples together. So why are we adding that on top of things like the Discovery Bible Study process? Isn't that enough to see movement? Well the thing is, we're dealing with a culture that has a broken DNA (or is lacking habits) for fulfilling the Great Commission. We need to build them. That's why something like a Disciple Making Community (DMC) exists.
A DMC instills the habits of prayer, obedience to the Word, sharing with others, fellowship, multiplication, and more. But how do these all fit together and play into the grander scheme of a movement? Find out in today's CDM Podcast!
In part 2, we continue on the topic of DNA, answering the questions of 1) How do you guide your group towards your success? 2) How long do you do a DMC? 3) When do you have others start DMCs? And 4) Is it possible for people to not be ready for a DMC?