MY WHITEBOARD #6. How can we make disciples that make disciples that make disciples? The way that Jesus did?

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Title: How can we make disciples that make disciples that make disciples? The way that Jesus did?
Whiteboard #6 out of 13.

Where is the whiteboard in my life?
Where one can think deeply and ponder significant meaningful solutions to significant problems? (MBA Purpose)

Ask questions, get answers.
Adjust systems, change results.

Planning and development of protocols is always deep work.

QUOTE: 6. How can we make disciples that make disciples that make disciples? The way that Jesus did?
A: DM101, 4CR

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Writing Task
Read and review Deep Word posts … fix problems.

Big questions:
What is “Deep Work” in my writing? As a calling, as my Cliftonstrengths?

What is “Deep Work” in my local church pastoral ministry in 2020-2024?

What is “Deep Work” in my dissertation application, what to do as a steward of this information?

Problems that need a whiteboard and are big enough to require days of thought.

  1. How to make disciples That Make Disciples that make disciples in a small Midwestern United Methodist Church.
  2. How to make disciples period. No small problem at all!
    Zc cc’s.

DISCERNMENT QUESTIONS
What gets your attention?
What human needs or problems are addressed?
What questions do you have?
What solution or hope does it offer?

What does it say that we need to obey?
What would a camera see if this happened?
Who needs to hear this?
What are the actual steps that I would take?

SOURCE – Footnotes:

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This post, and others in this series, are based on the book Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World by Cal Newport (New York: Grand Central Publishing, 2016), and as a group are a review of the important ideas and of the entire book. I was also privileged to take the online course Life of Focus Standard Edition [CN040]taught by Cal Newport and Scott Young and presented through https://www.scotthyoung.com, which enhanced my understanding of the subject which I am now applying to my own profession, the work of the local church pastor.

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Key: Deep_Word_#W06  Last Revision: 10/10/2020

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