In part 2, Paul and Rebecca go more in depth on these ideas and discuss more about how to address these questions.
In todays podcast Paul Watsons and Rebecca Ewing share engagement ideas and how to think outside the box on where you can connect with people who don't know Jesus.
In part 2, Paul and Rebecca go more in depth on these ideas and how to make them as effective as possible.
In todays podcast David Watsons shares about what it is like to be working secretly in Afghanistan and other closed countries. And how technology is changing the nature of these missions.
In part 2, David shares that we are even able to use some of these same techniques in an America that is more and more antagonistic to the Gospel.
Volunteering is an excellent way to engage people who don't know Jesus. But sometimes volunteering in and of itself isn't as effective as it could be. In the heat of meeting needs, we want to intentionally leave room for conversation and relationship building. And as disciple makers, we want to choose the volunteer opportunities that allow us to see the same people on a regular basis. So how do we turn volunteer opportunities into disciple making opportunities? Join us in the CDM Podcast to talk about just that!
In part 2, we go into the importance of the "needs of the community" question in the Discovery Bible Study process. This is one of the steps that lead to multiplication and showing the community that you're being transformed by the Word.
“It’s about letting the person of peace discover you by being conspicuously spiritual.” – David Watson
What is it about the person of peace model that sees so many people becoming disciples? How can this model work for you? In this podcast, David Watson and Beck Ewing talk about what is involved in discovering a person of peace and what you need to do to use this model.
- Going to the ones closets to you first
- When to move on and when to keep at it
- How can you know if you have found a person of peace?
- Being conspicuously spiritual without being obnoxiously religious
Beck Ewing and David Watson discuss the nature of spiritual warfare and some ways to recognize and combat it.
Is it just stress, or is this spiritual warfare? As Christians in the West, it’s easy to forget that we are spiritually at war. Satan, our enemy, is both clever and ruthless and is actively seeking to destroy God’s children and His work. In a world so full of stress, though, how can we tell if our bad days are natural or if they’re an attack by the enemy?