KP Training Manual

4 Obstacles to Multiplying Disciples to the Fourth Generation

—From The Keystone Project Training Manual by Richard Greene In almost every instance I have researched, there have been four common denominators which contribute to a general trend to fall short of the fourth generation: You chose the wrong first generation disciple, or your first generation chose the wrong second. If that is the case, you need…

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Disciple-Making Inventory Questions

—From The Keystone Project Training Manual by Richard Greene Personal What did you do with your disciples this week? (answer for each disciple) How are you seeing the Spirit move in the life of your disciples? What problems or obstacles are your disciples facing? What does he need to learn to overcome this? What do you think…

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Making Disciples Like Jesus

—From The Keystone Project Training Manual by Richard Greene Jesus made disciples by doing four simple things (see Matthew 10). While He continued to preach to the multitudes, He gave more and more time to these four things and increasingly moved from a public speaking ministry to preparing His disciples for their own ministry. 1. Jesus called…

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The Problem with Attractional Evangelism

—From The Keystone Project Training Manual by Richard Greene God has used attractional evangelism in its many forms throughout the history of the church. Every Sunday God blesses the preaching of his Word and the saints are encouraged and non-believers are invited to put their faith in Jesus. In crusades and revival meetings from George Whitfield to…

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The 21 Practices of A Disciple-Making Movement Leader

—From The Keystone Project Training Manual by Richard Greene Making disciples requires much practice and hard work. It is similar to being a parent. The best way to learn is through experience. There is no “one” way to make a disciple. Nor is there a “right” way to do it. Every disciple is different and…

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4 Keys to Multiplying Disciples to the Fourth Generation

One question we are often asked is, “How do you prevent breakdowns in the disciple-making process?” The following is a summary in outline form of the four keys that we have found. This outline is taken from The Keystone Project Training Manual by Richard Greene Key #1 Select Your First Generation Carefully Select your first generation…

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Recognizing and Launching Movements

Christianity in its purest form is a movement. A movement is “a diffusely organized or heterogeneous group of people tending toward or favoring a generalized common goal.” A movement occurs when people are connected to a shared cause or purpose. The shared connecting points of a movement could be  Vision Goals Values Identity Passion Achievement Purpose Affiliation To bring people into…

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Redeeming the Language of the Church

Defining our Terms The Keystone Project philosophy promotes a major shift in the way the Church engages the lost, calling for the multiplication of Spirit-led followers of Jesus Christ who live radical kingdom lives to reach the unreached. This paradigm shift requires the development of a pattern of thinking and behavior which is, in many respects, the opposite of…

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