100 episodes

The Disciple Makers Podcast exists to tell stories about disciples of Jesus who make disciples. Discipleship.org, who sponsors the podcast, exists to Champion Jesus' way of disciple making. Episodes are published in thematic seasons. To learn more, visit www.discipleship.org or email us at info@discipleship.org.

The Disciple Maker's Podcast Discipleship.org

    • Christianity
    • 4.2 • 43 Ratings

The Disciple Makers Podcast exists to tell stories about disciples of Jesus who make disciples. Discipleship.org, who sponsors the podcast, exists to Champion Jesus' way of disciple making. Episodes are published in thematic seasons. To learn more, visit www.discipleship.org or email us at info@discipleship.org.

    S7 Ep. 49 The Making of a Disciple Making Church (feat. Mike Keaton, Glenn Underhill)

    S7 Ep. 49 The Making of a Disciple Making Church (feat. Mike Keaton, Glenn Underhill)

    This episode is from Impact Discipleship Ministries, recorded at the National Disciple Making Forum. Download the recommended resource with this episode, “Multiply Disciples,” by going to discipleship.org/ebooks.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    S7 Ep. 48: Reproducible Process, GPS/Map (feat. Greg Ogden and Ralph Rittenhouse)

    S7 Ep. 48: Reproducible Process, GPS/Map (feat. Greg Ogden and Ralph Rittenhouse)

    This episode is from Global Discipleship Initiative, recorded at the National Disciple Making Forum. Download the recommended resource with this episode, “Disciple-Making Culture Visual Introduction,” by going to discipleship.org/ebooks.

    • 58 min
    S7 Ep. 47: Intentional Leader (Driver) (feat. Greg Ogden and Ralph Rittenhouse)

    S7 Ep. 47: Intentional Leader (Driver) (feat. Greg Ogden and Ralph Rittenhouse)

    This episode is from Global Discipleship Initiative, recorded at the National Disciple Making Forum. Download the recommended resource with this episode, “Disciple-Making Culture Visual Introduction,” by going to discipleship.org/ebooks.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    S7 Ep. 46: The Relational Environment (Vehicle) Transformation (feat. Greg Ogden and Ralph Rittenhouse)

    S7 Ep. 46: The Relational Environment (Vehicle) Transformation (feat. Greg Ogden and Ralph Rittenhouse)

    This episode is from Global Discipleship Initiative, recorded at the National Disciple Making Forum. Download the recommended resource with this episode, “Disciple-Making Culture Visual Introduction,” by going to discipleship.org/ebooks.

    • 57 min
    S7 Ep. 45: The Relational Environment (Vehicle) Multiplication (feat. Greg Ogden and Ralph Rittenhouse)

    S7 Ep. 45: The Relational Environment (Vehicle) Multiplication (feat. Greg Ogden and Ralph Rittenhouse)

    This episode is from Global Discipleship Initiative, recorded at the National Disciple Making Forum. Download the recommended resource with this episode, “Disciple-Making Culture Visual Introduction,” by going to discipleship.org/ebooks.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    S7 Ep. 44: Successful Journey (feat. Greg Ogden and Ralph Rittenhouse)

    S7 Ep. 44: Successful Journey (feat. Greg Ogden and Ralph Rittenhouse)

    This episode is from Global Discipleship Initiative, recorded at the National Disciple Making Forum. Download the recommended resource with this episode, “Disciple-Making Culture Visual Introduction,” by going to discipleship.org/ebooks.

    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

graysonpope ,

Very helpful and insightful

This is a very insightful podcast. You'll hear people's stories of their discipleship over the years, and as they mention certain people that had an impact on them, their part of the story is spliced in. Makes for a really cool narrative.

Ms B6 ,

Been looking for this...

This is a great resource and teaching/training podcast (this isn't for entertainment or "useful" knowledge). If you're looking to take action and actively engage in discipleship this is the podcast for you.

RPWoods ,

Not a worthy podcast

SonLife does a lot of great ministry stuff. But these podcasts are really doll, boring, slow. The speakers just are not addressing podcast listeners. They’re presenting to live crowds at workshops; which is probably great in that context, but really poor for a podcast.

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