The best way to leave a legacy is to equip others to leave their own. Leaders want to change lives, and the best leaders know that a truly effective ministry must train its members to become leaders themselves. After all, God’s people want to change lives too—but we are all tired of approaches that promise much and deliver little. We are ready for an equipping ministry that is comprehensive, easy to implement, and relationship-oriented; not program-focused.
The 4E Ministry Training Strategy, tested in hundreds of churches already, is a best-practice tool for empowering God’s people to make disciples. Here is the 21st-century manual for a Christ-centered, church-based, comprehensive, compassionate, and culturally informed mobilization of the priesthood of all believers, enabling the body of Christ to change lives. So launch a revolution in one-another disciple-making, and make your church into a place not simply with biblical counseling, but of biblical counseling.
Notes from the Blogger
Kellemen’s desire is to not just equip the church to run a biblical counseling program but to help a church become a biblical counseling church. Part of that belief is grounded it seems in the belief that biblical counseling is done in large part in the context of discipleship.
This book provides practical advice for those who are working in a church context and are hoping to equip their church to counsel one another. These strategies are thought out and practiced in a way that is beneficial for all those that hope to have a reliable model for one another ministry in the church. I would encourage any leader who desires to have an intentional discipleship ministry in their church to read and understand this book and its method.