Becoming a disciple that makes disciples
We know that we as Christ followers are to be about making more disciples of Jesus. We know that our churches are to be centered around the person of Jesus and his command to make disciples wherever we go…
That’s what this seminar is all about. Yes, times are changing, and we have challenges like never before, but our world desperately needs Christ followers who are striving to help others take their next steps to find and follow Jesus more than ever.
This seminar is divided into 2 parts. On Friday evening we will spend some time getting to know our guest speaker, Mike Harder, and discover what disciple-making looks like in other parts of the world, explore disciple-making in our context, and ask God to shape us into disciples that He can use to change the world. Then, on Saturday morning, we will unpack the simple discipling process that has come to be known as 4 Chair Discipling.
We believe it’s no accident that you are here! Somehow God has orchestrated your life to attend this seminar this weekend. God is doing some incredible things across the globe, and He wants to use us here in our corner of the world to show others who He really is and how Jesus makes a real difference in our lives. Here’s the plan…
6:00 – Dinner & Registration
6:30 – Conversation with
7:30 – Prayer & worship
8:30 – Dismissal
8:30 – Breakfast & Registration
9:00 – Session 1
10:45 – Break
11:00 – Session 2
12:30 – Lunch & Dismissal
Check out this special invitation from our Director of Discipleship, Pastor Doug Coldsmith
About Mike Harder
Over the last 33 years Mike has served in various pastoral ministry roles including as lead pastor, youth pastor, executive pastor, and campus pastor. He now serves as President of Concentric Global, a disciple-making ministry building movements of multiplication around the world.Concentric is a partner with Sonlife Ministries, where Mike serves on the advisory board, which is also where the 4 Chair Discipling training and materials originated. Mike is married to his beautiful bride, Teresa, have 3 grown children, and currently live in the greater Philadelphia area. For a season they were serving in youth ministry in Shippensburg, where they discipled a few of our staff and leaders here at Grand Point Church. We are grateful to Mike and Teresa for their faithful disciple-making efforts and are delighted he is able to share with us this weekend.