Three Hazardous Assumptions About Making Disciples — Scott Gress

Rev. Scott Gress discusses three faulty assumptions church leaders often make when it comes to engaging Jesus’ followers in their spiritual growth. In a blog post, he observes:

We make a lot of assumptions about what we do and how we do it. It is often necessary to make assumptions. It is more efficient that way. Assumptions allow us to put some things on autopilot. This is necessary in organizing people and work. So many things are going on in life and ministry that some things, perhaps most things need to be systemized. It would be overwhelming to have to give attention to every detail of every action all the time. Yet periodically our assumptions and autopilot needs to be reprogramed. This is nowhere more serious than in how we in ministry approach making disciples.

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Note: Scott Gress is called by Lutheran Counseling Services and partners with the FL-GA District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod as an independent contractor. He specializes in Leadership Training, Consulting, Coaching and Coach Training. Contact Scott to continue the conversation or experience a free sample coaching session. 561-542-4472, scottgress@me.com or scottgress.com

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