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The 21 Practices of A Disciple-Making Movement Leader

—From The Keystone Project Training Manual by Richard Greene Making disciples requires much practice and hard work. It is similar to being a parent. The best way to learn is through experience. There is no “one” way to make a disciple. Nor is there a “right” way to do it. Every disciple is different and…

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4 Keys to Multiplying Disciples to the Fourth Generation

One question we are often asked is, “How do you prevent breakdowns in the disciple-making process?” The following is a summary in outline form of the four keys that we have found. This outline is taken from The Keystone Project Training Manual by Richard Greene Key #1 Select Your First Generation Carefully Select your first generation…

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The Power of Prophetic Prayer

Sam McVay Jr. leads our team of “special ops prayer warriors” here in the U.S. When there is an urgent need from one of our trainings or international leaders, Sam notifies his team and they are mobilized in prayer. In January, the Keystone Project was hosting a small “underground” training in a muslim dominated area…

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Bushwhacking for Jesus in Liberia

After a 24 hour, uneventfull flight through Paris and Conakry, we arrived in Monrovia, Liberia Friday evening. We were met by Kim Smith, Keystone grad, missionary, and head of Wordsowers Liberia, and SIM leader and Keystone grad, Alfred Varney. Marge and Will did a program with about 100 children in the afternoon, and we picked up supplies and met with…

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Global Mission Report (Fall 2012)

This year was a critical one for the Keystone Project as we continued to train and coach indigenous missionary leaders in the nations. We were able to penetrate several previously unreached people groups in Ethiopia, extend the mission to the difficult state of Bihar in India with the training and development of missionaries there, and…

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Give Up Your Weak Definition of Disciple

Disciples are not merely learners but fruit-bearing disciple-makers; they multiply themselves.

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Recognizing and Launching Movements

Christianity in its purest form is a movement. A movement is “a diffusely organized or heterogeneous group of people tending toward or favoring a generalized common goal.” A movement occurs when people are connected to a shared cause or purpose. The shared connecting points of a movement could be  Vision Goals Values Identity Passion Achievement Purpose Affiliation To bring people into…

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Redeeming the Language of the Church

Defining our Terms The Keystone Project philosophy promotes a major shift in the way the Church engages the lost, calling for the multiplication of Spirit-led followers of Jesus Christ who live radical kingdom lives to reach the unreached. This paradigm shift requires the development of a pattern of thinking and behavior which is, in many respects, the opposite of…

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Documentary of the Houston Team

The Keystone Project Houston Team was recently featured in a a documentary being produced by the Following Jesus Project. This team of missionaries has embedded within the refugee cultures of Houston, Texas and is seeking to launch a disciple-making movement.

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Houston Team June 2012 Update

Introducing the Keystone Project Houston Team From the team leader: In March we finally got located into our apt. in the Sharpstown area of Houston. After moving our stuff down in a 6×12 trailer in January, we spent time in prayer and research and ended up in a region of the city with more than…

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