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Making disciples among the unreached
     

This week's great read

Solving the cross-cultural-calling riddle 

The true story of how one young man volunteered at an English class in the States and ended up making disciples — and being discipled — in Japan. As soon as he heard God's call, he found ways to start preparing, gaining experiences and building relationships that would help serve. The steps he took, which included a discipleship-based internship, could guide anyone interested in cross-cultural missions. Read the whole story.

Be Disciples. Make Disciples.

Jesus told his disciples to go and make disciples of all the nations. The discipleship process can sometimes seem mysterious or heavy. But it’s something that every Christian can and should be involved in as their relationship with Christ deepens.

Being a disciple of Jesus is an important first step for anyone hoping to be involved in missions. But what does that mean? SEND Canada's director talks about it in this video.




SEND offers resources and stories that illustrate how you can grow in your own discipleship and disciple others, both where you are and around the world. We invite you to explore this with us. 

Be disciples. Make disciples. Together, let's do both.
 


I want to be a disciple
On the field: SEND offers internships across the globe that are focused both on outward service and on personal growth in Christ. As our interns engage the lost, we come alongside them in deep discipleship relationships. Explore our internship opportunities.

Online: SEND U — our department dedicate to lifelong learning — has a great collection of resources for personal spiritual growth, including how to do a spiritual retreat and setting goals that help you strive after Christ.  

Global Missions Podcast: Dr. Rick Reed, President of Heritage College and Seminary, talks about God's will, how we can discern His directing for our lives, and how we can walk along others helping them to determine where God is calling them. Click to listen to "How Can I Know God's Will for Me?"

Books: "Renovation of the Heart," or anything else by Dallas Willard. "The Cost of Discipleship" by Dietrich Bonhoeffer. 

Articles: 
I want to make disciples
On the field: SEND missionaries engage the unreached in more than 20 countries across the globe. We work together in teams, supporting one another in ministry and in growth in Christ. We mentor new missionaries to help them learn to make disciples in their new culture. Explore our opportunities to make disciples among the unreached.

Online: 
  • SEND U — our department dedicate to lifelong learning — has a great collection of disciplemaking resources including a whole page dedicated to Disciple Making Movements.  
  • Verge Network offers videos and articles about making disciples. 
  • Multiply: A simple resource that you can use to begin making disciples. The matierial includes a 24-session discipleship experience designed for one-on-one and group settings, plus videos and other resources.
Global Missions Podcast: 
  • Jayson Georges shares about working in shame honor cultures and gives insights and practical advice for how we can engage with our friends and neighbors from such cultures and effectively share our faith and disciple them. "Ministering to those in Shame Honor Cultures" 
  • The author of "Contagious Disciple Making" discusses how our approaches to evangelism can raise barriers and how we can adapt to become more effective in making disciples. "What is Contagious Disciple Making?"
Books: A SEND teammate who is engaging the lost in the Far North recommends DiscipleShift: Five Steps That Help Your Church to Make Disciples Who Make Disciples.