DiscipleWalk: Resources

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The greatest challenge to any thinker is stating the problem in a way that will allow a solution. – Bertrand Russell

The seminar files in the box below are based on chapters in my Doctor of Ministry project on
disciple making, evangelism and organizational change at Fuller Theological Seminary.
They are best read in the order listed.
If you would like to read the actual project, click here.

This is a work in progress and I appreciate feedback, conversation and especially notice of typographical errors and non-functional Internet links. (Links were accurate in 2007!) Please reply to david (at) disciplewalk (dot) com. Thank you!

Project Introduction (read me first)

Seminar One:  Diagnosis

Chapter One: Systemic Problems

Chapter Two: Discipleship Systems

Seminar Two:  Dialogue

Chapter Three: Learning Strategy

Seminar Three: Decision

JUMP Group Brochure

Select Bibliography


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This post, and others in this series, are based on David Oliver Kueker’s 2007 Fuller Theological Seminary Doctor of Ministry project, Diagnosis, Dialogue, and Decision: A Threefold Process of Revitalization for the Illinois Great Rivers Conference. This information has been moved from the author’s website at DiscipleWalk.com to blog post form here at AmbidextrousChurch.com.

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