Novo has observed that there are 5 basic components of a movement. Last month we shared the second, Engaging Culture. The third component is called Making Disciples.
Every gospel movement has, at its core, effective tools and processes to help people far from God become committed followers of Jesus and then make disciples of others. Such multiplication is at the heart of our understanding of discipleship and spiritual growth.
While the history of the Church contains many evangelism and discipleship models, we favor a highly effective “discovery process” which does not rely on experts, is organic, and is easily reproduced regardless of setting or culture. Most importantly it relies on people being obedient to the leading of the Holy Spirit and boldly engaging with the people around them.