BUILDING OF A LABOURER
This one page document outlines the process of helping someone move from being a non-Christian to a mobilised disciple. It is very helpful both for self-evaluation and for help in leading others.
THE WHEEL DIAGRAM
By Dawson Trotman
The Wheel diagram, created by Navigator founder Dawson Trotman in the 1930s, is a simple, effective way to visually explain the structure of a God-glorifying life. Sharing it can be as simple as drawing it on a napkin or notepad. The diagram challenges us to think deeply about how to be an obedient follower of Christ as each part represents a crucial component of a vibrant Christian life.
SHARING THE VISION OF MULTIPLICATION
In Matthew 28:19, Jesus instructed his disciples to "...go and make disciples of all nations." This tool helps you explain the purpose and priority of that vision to someone else.
By Bob McNabb
John Maxwell says that, “Encouragement is oxygen to the soul.” The goal of this article is to help you better understand what encouragement is and give you some practical tips in giving this “oxygen” to the people you are ministering to.
BUILDING CHRISTLIKE LEADERS THINK TOOL
By Impact Staff
Where am I taking them? Where are they now? What's the next step? This tool is designed to help you answer these questions for people you are leading.
MANY ASPIRE FEW ATTAIN
There's a war on today. We are no longer fighting in Vietnam, but we are engaged in a war that is far greater than that war--a war in which Vietnam was only a symptom. We wrestle in this war day after day--it's a spiritual conflict. As the apostle Paul said, "We wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places" (Ephesians 6:12). The spiritual warfare is probably intensifying rather than receding.
ILLUSTRATIONS OF MULTIPLICATION
If you could have your choice of one million dollars on the spot or one hundred dollars a day for the rest of your life or one penny the first day and double the amount each week for one year, which would you take?