Disciple-Making Inventory Questions
—From The Keystone Project Training Manual by Richard Greene
What did you do with your disciples this week? (answer for each disciple)
How are you seeing the Spirit move in the life of your disciples?
What problems or obstacles are your disciples facing? What does he need to learn to overcome this?
What do you think God is trying to teach your disciple?
What is the next thing you should teach your disciple? How will you do this?
What is the next assignment your disciple can be working on?
Has your disciple identified a potential disciple?
What is the Spirit doing among your leaders–where is He most at work?
What do your leaders need from you right now?
What is your next step in facilitating the growth of these disciple-making movements through your leaders?
How much time have you given to intentionally disciple others in the past week?
What ministry activities are you doing that are not direct discipleship of individuals?
What will be the consequence if you stop doing these things?
What activities can you stop in order to give more time to discipleship?
What does your family need from you right now?
Would your children say that you are exasperating them?
What will you do this week to demonstrate your love for your wife in a way she wants?
What evidence is there in your life that you are walking in the Spirit?
What are you studying in God’s word? What is He teaching you?
Is your conscience clear?
When is the last time you experienced great joy and spiritual refreshing?
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