Developing Disciples

Discipleshift Retreats:

Discipleshift is an intentional model of developing disciples in the local church.  This practical tool empowers lay people to lead transformational small groups where people grow in their faith.  Discipleshift can be implemented in every size church and can make a difference in developing passionate, spiritual disciples. 

Discipleshift begins with a two-day immersion retreat and then is followed up by a twelve week course online

Discipleshift retreats for 2020 are TBA.

 


Discipleship Training

Real-Life Discipleship Training Video Series

Drew Oakley and Jim Fant guide you through the 12 week video series to learn how to disciple others.

Week 1 Week 4 Week 7 Week 10
Week 2 Week 5 Week 8 Week 11
Week 3 Week 6 Week 9 Week 12

 

If you have any questions, comments, or discussions to share, please contact:

 

Drew Oakley

Jim Fant

(859) 341- 5330 Ext. 17 (859) 750-8049
doakley@immanuelumc.org jamesfant@hotmail.com

 

 


Resources:

 

James Harnish.  A Disciple's Heart  Abingdon Press, 2015

Robert Mullholland.  Invitation to a Journey  IVP Books, 2016

 

Robert Mullholland.  The Deeper Journey  IVP Books, 2016

Steve Harper.  Devotional Life in the Wesleyan Tradition,  Upper Room, 1995

Gary Thomas.  Sacred Pathways,  Zondervan, 2017

Richard Foster.  Celebration of Discipline,  Harper Collins, 2002

Michael W. Foss.  Power Surge: Six Marks of Discipleship for a Changing Church,  Augsburg Fortress Publishers, 2000

Kevin M. Watson.  The Class Meeting:  Reclaiming a Forgotten (and Essential) Small Groups Experience,  Seedbed Publishing, 2014

Greg Ogden.  Discipleship Essentials,  Intervarsity Press, 2007

     
Phone
(502) 425-3884 or (800) 530-7236
Address
The Kentucky Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church
7400 Floydsburg Rd
Crestwood, KY 40014