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  • They both are involved in discipling students living and studying in educational institutions hostels.

    Models of Tentmakers in India

  • These activities are part of what the church leadership considers "discipling".

    Pulpit Pimps

  • Jesus called his followers to be in the business of discipling an entire world in his teachings, not to be in the business of converting people in all nations to the Pharisee-like form of civil religion that American evangelical thugs accommodate.

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  • Basham, who was the longstanding editor of Charisma magazine, was also one of the main proponents of the "shepherding" or "discipling" movement.

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  • The African Christians in Diaspora could be the African Church group that would lead the discipling of the world in partnership with the global Church.

    African blessings

  • Each country delegation met to consider the challenge of discipling their nation.

    MANI

  • All their holidays, spare time are spent in the mission of discipling young students.

    Models of Tentmakers in India

  • African Christians in Diaspora are a vital Christian group that need to be given a place in the ongoing discussion on strategies of discipling the whole nations for Christ.

    African blessings

  • Loots began his discipling and church-planting program in Malawi in 2000, and a little later in Zambia and Congo.

    To reap a harvest

  • I have no problem with someone discipling my kids as long as they do the same to their own kids.

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  • 'Discipling' is the present participle of the verb disciple.

    November 6, 2012