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Breakthroughs in Discipleship in hardened…

Breakthroughs in Discipleship in hardened Europe

by Nathan Beck

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The principles of multigenerational disciple-makng and the rapid replication of churches contained in strategies like the T4T Process and the Discovery Bible Study method are being applied in real life contexts in various places in Europe--one of the toughest ission fields--with great results. Here are a few stories of how this new approach to church planting is turning believers, boh young and old into disciple-makers and church planters. Discovery bible studies turn averge believers into disciple-makers in the Czech Republic.
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