Disciple Making Tools for Children

D. Disciple Making Tools for Children:

            – Groups that learn playfully: Sunday School, Bible Studies, Church Camp.

E. Bridging: Children are found in groups that offer learning opportunities. The indicator of readiness to move from Child to Teen level is less pleasant and typically restlessness, dissatisfaction, and the feeling that something more is needed. They have mastered this level and are now looking for something more challenging; provide them with that challenge.

HOMEWORK Discussion Questions:

4.18 Who do you know at this stage?

4.19 What is your church doing with people at this stage?

4.20 What church problems arise with people this stage?

4.21 How can you help these people move onward?

4.22 How many chapters of the Bible do you read weekly?

4.23 What is your attendance for adults at Sunday School? In other Bible study groups?

4.24 What would a church designed entirely for people at this stage be like? Know one?





[1] The quote is a selection from David O. Kueker’s Fuller Seminary Doctor of Ministry project submitted in September, 2007, entitled Diagnosis, Dialogue, and Decision: A Threefold Process of Revitalization For the Illinois Great Rivers Conference.
It is shared here in recognition of its 12th Anniversary along with comments to update and provide perspective on the material. The original project was a Training Manual/Study Guide of three Seminars supported by three chapters of research and an Introduction. The material is available for download at www.disciplewalk.com/Resources.html. In 2009 it was provided for purchase as a softcover book entitled Designing Discipleship Systems: Christian Disciple Making For Any Size Church, Any Theology through CreateSpace.com.

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All Scripture quotations are from the Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright © 1946, 1952, and 1971 National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. Used by permission. All rights reserved. Please review the page How and Why We Use Quotes.

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