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- There are two core frameworks for pursueGOD disciple-making: the marks of a disciple (red arrow) and the process of disciple-making (black arrow).
- The marks of a disciple are outward-facing, meaning users can be introduced to this image early on in the process. This describes the end product Jesus wants from us: to be “full circle” disciples who trust Jesus, honor God, and make disciples.
- The process of disciple-making is inward-facing, meaning users get introduced to it later in the strategy when they are being trained to go make disciples. This describes the phases of disciple-making over time: inviting, investing, and empowering.
- Staying clear on these two core frameworks, and introducing them at the proper time, will keep your discipleship culture moving forward for generations.