The Family Disciple me Mindset

 

Family Disciple Me is NOT a race or a competition, and it’s definitely not another thing on the to-do list (none of us need that!). FamilyDisciple Me is a mindset, a mindset that says: “I’m going to know Jesus and His Word in my own life, and then I’m going to make Him and His Word known in the lives of those entrusted to me.”

That’s a lot of words, so let’s boil it down to four: “Seek Him; Speak Him!” That’s easy enough to remember, right?

You may be a mom or dad, a grandma or grandpa, a stepparent or a foster parent. You may be a spiritual mom or a mentor friend. You may be a big sister or an aunt, an uncle or a next door neighbor. Whatever your status and wherever you are on your journey, you fit with Family Disciple Me if you want to SEEK Him and SPEAK Him to the next generation. This is what’s MOST important about the FDM mindset. The goal of Family Disciple Me is to make that doable. 

Here are some articles that explain the rest of the MDM mindset:

The Family Disciple Me Story

The Family Disciple Me Story

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.

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The Founder

The Founder

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.

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Three Ways to Use Instagram to SPEAK HIM

When I was 24 years old and newly married, my husband and I moved from a small, rural Missouri town to an even less populated area: a church camp in the middle of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. The closest Starbucks was an hour away, and the closest grocery store...

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No Kid Is Asking

Our community is called Mommy Disciple Me, but, let’s be honest – your kids may not call you “mommy,” they’ve probably never said “disciple me” to you, and they may not even know what the word “disciple” means! Kids ask adults for a lot of things – but, “Mommy...

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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...

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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...

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Carpool Conversations

Some wonderful women I know home school. Then there’s me:  I car school. And, while driving in circles has been my life, it is also becoming my legacy. You see, I’ve always prayed with my children when we drive. But, one year, I decided that the kids and I...

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some answers to frequently asked questions about the Family Disciple Me discipleship program. If you read through these and don't see your question answered, feel free to email us at info@familydiscipleme.org. We want to help you get started in "Seek Him...

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The W’s Approach to Discipleship

Every Family Disciple Me lesson what we call “The W’s Approach to Discipleship.” These W's are like lampposts, lighting the way through each lesson: WORD, Whispers, Wisdom, Welcomes, Weavings, Walking, Wonders and WORSHIP. Short and simple, always start with the WORD...

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