Finding Success In
Disciple Making Can Feel...
Like Trying to Find Waldo!
Among the sea of a hundred good ways to make disciples, there is a Waldo of disciple-making.
It’s the method you use!
Have a Clear Goal
Get Measurable Results
Sustainable Discipleship is a different disciple-making method that makes disciples the hero of their story!
And the method makes the difference...
Learn the method that is resulting in ninety-percent success for every church that applies it.
It’s a how-to guide to make self-sustaining, self-replicating followers of God.
It’s not more theory. It’s proven.
It's all in a book. It's all in a workshop.
Everything God has taught us
that led to our success in disciple-making!
The method makes the difference.
Make self-sustaining, self replicating followers
in a simple, repeatable way!
What People are Saying...
We’d love to share what he has taught us.
And you can name your price!
How much does the workshop cost?
You decide! We are committed to sharing what God has shown us. It costs us about $495/person to cover the support staff, materials, and to provide a few scholarships for smaller churches. But, we leave it up to you. If funds are really tight, shoot for $117 (the cost of materials & food). If you can support those who make this possible, add a few hundred/person. If God has blessed you, sow a seed, help others attend, support your workshop leader, and help us spread the joy and success. No matter what, you pick your price!
Are there scholarships for travel, food, etc?
Yes. We love helping smaller church leaders and bi-vocational pastors when God blesses us through those who have been blessed. We even have a network of host homes for the conferences in Atlanta. You get to set your price but if you need more help email our team.
What is the difference between the content in the Workshop and the How To Make Disciples book?
Think of it as the difference between reading a textbook and taking a lab with a college professor. The workshops bring Sustainable Discipleship to life, give you hands-on help developing your plan, and give you access to the latest data, successes, and failures.
What resources do I get with the Workshop?
You get a free print or digital copy of How to Make Disciples, a 40-page workbook, a complete disciple-making plan for your church, 50 disciple assessment sheets, a free copy of Well Made (Doug's latest breakout book), an opening dinner, and continental breakfasts. And, of course, you get a system that will get you more disciples that make disciples with a 90% success rate.
What is the schedule?
Day One begins with a mixer & dinner at 5:30. Then,
- 6:00 Overview & Introduction
- 6:45 What is Discipleship?
- 7:30 Break
- 7:45 The Discipleship Pathway
- 9:00 End of Day 1
Day Two begins with continental breakfast at 8:30a. Then,
- 9:00 How to Make a Disciple - Part 1
- 12:00 Lunch Break
- 1:30 How to Make a Disciple - Part 2
- 4:00 End of Day 2
Day Three begins with continental breakfast at 8:30a. Then,
- 9:00 How to Make a Disciple - Part 4
- 10:30 The Sustainable Discipleship System - Part 1
- 12:00 Lunch Break
- 1:30 The Sustainable Discipleship System - Part 2
- 2:30 Finalizing Your Personal Disciple Making Plan
- 4:00 End of Workshop
Where is the workshop held?
The workshops we host are held in the community space at Three Taverns Church in metro-Atlanta (about 25 miles north of the airport, a 45-minute drive). You can find us at 3575 Acworth Due West Road, Acworth, Ga. 30101, or use this map. Regional and national workshops are held at various locations.
What are the nearest hotels?
The workshop will be held in the community space at Three Taverns Church. You can see hotels on this map. We have a special rate at the Hampton Inn & Fairfield Inn in Acworth.
Is Sustainable Discipleship a non-profit?
Absolutely! Sustainable Discipleship is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) religious non-profit that operates as a business-for-mission model, striving to be self-sufficient. You can help us continue our research, development, testing, writing, and sharing by sowing financial gifts above and beyond the actual costs of ministry.