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Learn how to use the four corners of leadership to create a discipleship culture in your church.

Key Points:

  • Corner #1: Environment. Leaders are responsible for establishing an environment where growth and success can happen.
  • Corner #2: Equipment. Leaders must make sure everyone has the tools needed to move forward and succeed.
  • Corner #3: Training. Having tools is frustrating if you don’t know how to use them; that’s where training comes in. 
  • Corner #4: Willingness. The first three corners must be owned by the pastor or leader at church; the last corner is the responsibility of the follower. At the end of the day, the congregation needs to take the ball and run with it.

Quote This:

Matthew 10:14 If any household or town refuses to welcome you or listen to your message, shake its dust from your feet as you leave.

See Also: Discipleship Culture

Talk About It
  1. What is your initial reaction to this topic? What jumped out at you?
  2. Which “corner” is your strongest as a leader? Which is your weakest? Explain.
  3. What words would your team members use to describe the environment you’ve established as a leader? Which words would you like them to use?
  4. What is the crucial equipment needed for the job where you lead? Which tools does your team lack right now?
  5. Which people are willing to follow your lead? Which people are unwilling? Why?
  6. How can you apply the four corners at home or at work?
  7. Write a personal action step based on this conversation.