Tell Me More about the FDM Mindset
No Kid Is Asking
Kids ask adults for a lot of things – but, “disciple me!” – probably not. Whether they articulate the words or not, though, they are asking you to help them understand why you believe in God and His Word. Even if they're not speaking the overt questions, they do want...
The “D” Word
We have heard that "disciple" has become a dirty word. That it's outdated and repels today's younger generation of adults. That it has negative connotations and takes too long. That nobody should have to submit themselves to anybody else's authority. And, oh yes,...
Storming Social Media…because my kids are there!
Truth is, I have a deep-seated hatred for Instagram because of the monster it unleashed on those I love. So why am I posting now?
Making God’s Word Home
“Welcome! Make yourself at home!” This is one of the nicest things we can say when somebody arrives at our house. “Make yourself at home” means: come on in, be comfortable, get to know us and our space, be a part of our lives, we’re glad you’re here! Who doesn’t love...
The Story Behind Family Disciple Me
Few things are more important than helping our kids connect the dots of their faith. However, often parents and grandparents and loving, godly people are at a loss for how to begin discipling the next generation. I was a seminary grad, but I felt the same way. Family Disciple Me is an outgrowth of my own experience with my kids.
The W’s Approach to Discipleship
Every Family Disciple Me conversation has what we call “The W’s of Discipleship.” These W’s – WORD, WHY, WHAT and WORSHIP – are like lamps, lighting the way through each conversation about God’s Word.