Between the Process of Evangelization, the Thresholds of Conversion and the Discipleship Road map, which process should we follow?
About Eric GallagherEric Gallagher is a husband and father living in South Dakota. He has been involved in youth ministry since 2003. He has a great love for Discipleship and is currently serving the Diocese of Sioux Falls as the Director of Youth Discipleship & Evangelization. Eric is the founder of Cofome, LLC. which involves all kinds of various online projects, websites, and resources. You can support his work on Patreon here. Interested in having Eric come speak or train your parish or Diocese? Go here.
In this episode Eric & Jason try a new format to the podcast and focus on why trying new things and deliberate practice is important in the work of discipleship and evangelization.
In this episode Eric & Jason give witness to what can happen when we are aware of the subtle ways that God calls us to go deeper in ministry and how taking small steps in faith is the surest method of growth.
Our choice of words when defining what we do in the Church is extremely important. In this episode Eric & Jason discuss the differences between Discipleship, Mentorship, and Coaching.
We’re excited in this first episode to; introduce ourselves, talk about what this podcast will be about and tackle our first topic Our Greatest Hurdle in Making Disciples. Show Notes: Be sure to subscribe at DiscipleshipPodcast.com!
Forming disciples versus simply telling people what to do requires a different skill set than we are used to drawing upon in youth ministry. I have spoken with hundreds of different youth leaders who have, to certain degree, perfected the various models of youth ministry. I’m sure it’s been said several times already on this
For the past 10-15 years, I’ve been watching the evolution of youth ministry. During that time, people have been searching for the right resource that is going to respond to the needs of young people. Today, we have top notch resources that can be used in just about any setting, for any sized group of
How does a parish youth ministry have time to manage both a large group program and discipleship groups? Utilizing the model of Discipleship Focused Youth Ministry, this is absolutely possible, and I would argue that parish youth ministers who adopt these simple mindsets actually find themselves with less anxiety and less “work.”