Watch the fourth installment of a ten-part series on leadership lessons from Luke 6:12–16, where Jesus chose his disciples (watch parts one, two, and three). In this lesson, Pastor Mark shares how leaders should follow Jesus’ example by focusing first on discipling young men.
Are you leading and training young men? Name 1–5 men you know whom you need to recruit.
What does it look like for you to disciple those men like a good father? What do you specifically need to teach them about Jesus or responsibilities?
If you recruit and disciple those men, how will it serve the women and children you know?
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Jesus started with 12 men. Leaders, get the men first and the rest will follow. http://jesus.to/12uCuhm
Responsible young men are like unicorns in most places. You’ve heard about them, but you can’t find one. http://jesus.to/12uCuhm
Discipleship of young men today is really parenting, because fewer and fewer had real fathers. http://jesus.to/12uCuhm
If you love women and children, go after the men. Who’s abusing, battering, and abandoning them? The men. http://jesus.to/12uCuhm
What’s better than any ministry you could offer a child? A good father. http://jesus.to/12uCuhm