David Platt and Francis Chan on Why We're Diluting Discipleship

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David Platt and Francis Chan recently collaborated to help renew the church’s emphasis on discipleship and disciple-making. In this eight-minute video they discuss the dangers of diluting discipleship and how the art of “making” disciples is intricately tied to the identity of “being” a disciple. 

This video is a part of the Multiply Movement: “A simple, practical, biblical, helpful, and personal tool for disciples of Jesus who want to make disciples of Jesus.”

Discussion Starter: Watch this video and share the link with your staff (using the Email this, Twitter or Facebook links above) and answer this question: Is it possible to be a true disciple without making other disciples? Share your answers in the comment section below.

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