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Brett Clemmer shares insight from Man in the Mirror

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Why Men Are Struggling to Grow in Their Faith

 

 

 

David Delk and Brett Clemmer unpack the primary issues 

 

The reality is that many churches have been ambivalent about the process and many men have simply abandoned churches altogether. They 

With so much competing for our time and energy, discipleship often gets placed on the back burner – for another day. Delk and Clemmer are trying to change this dynamic to give men a challenge to become the kind of men Jesus built through one-on-one discipleship.

  1. What do you think are some of the reasons many men are disinterested in church and not growing in their faith?
  2. Why do you think most churches take discipleship for granted? Why?
  3. You say that some of us believe that this process of growing as Christ-followers is just automatic. What’s wrong with this idea?
  4. Do we tend to leave this important process to chance?
  5. What’s the balance between doing activities and growing in faith?
  6. What’s wrong with the way churches have tried to disciple people over the last 70 years?
  7. Is there a different process for discipleship – or one that works better – for men and women?
  8. You mention three core ingredients to effective disciple-making. What do you say?
  9. What would you suggest are the best steps for churches (or for individual men) toward developing a greater awareness of spiritual growth?
  10. Are there any other obstacles that men and churches need to be aware of that interfere with discipleship?
  11. What is Man in the Mirror doing to help men and families in their quest to grow in their faith?
  12. What do you say to women who desperately desire their husbands to grow in faith.

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