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“He preached, he taught, he "discipled" in every form then reasonable and possible, and in the fullest sense of his Master's missionary charge.”
“Training: who are discipled, trained, prepared and equipped as …”
“My intention is to get them saved and to get them discipled," Garisto said.”
“Obama said Jeremiah Wright led him to the Lord and discipled him.”
“They have been placed in strategic places so Africa and the ends of the earth would be discipled.”
“Once a month I met with the pastor in charge of this ministry to pray, discuss strategy, and be discipled.”
“After three to six years, 40 churches are established and 10,000 believers discipled, with attendance ranging from 80 to 300 per church (in addition to the hub church).”
“When she shared it with the girls they discipled her.”
“Jerry Falwell carefully selected and discipled his successors at the two institutions most near and dear to his heart: his oldest son Jerry Jr. will take over the reins at Liberty University, and his younger son Jonathan will ascend to the post of senior pastor at the Thomas Road Baptist Church.”
“The same is true of parents who have disciplined discipled their children properly—they have done so by leading properly, not by using consequences properly.”
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