D-Life Bootcamp: Pittsburgh
March 2 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm EST
The Return to Christ-Like Disciple-Making—It’s not a program; it’s a lifestyle.
by Bill Wilks (Founder of D-Life & Author of “The Greater Work”)
Two-thousand years ago, by the Sea of Galilee, Jesus launched a movement that forever changed the course of history. It’s time to reignite this movement. For Jesus and the early church, disciple-making was not a program. It was a lifestyle. It as the one main thing Jesus taught them to do. With no buildings or budgets, the early church grew rapidly because it knew how to make disciples who make disciples. Plan and simple, the early church was a grassroots disciple-making movement. If the church today wants to reestablish itself as a powerful force on earth for the gospel of Christ, it must return to this movement. The key to global evangelism is not the megachurch, but the many churches of all sizes willing to rekindle the flames of a once powerful disciple-making movement. In this session, we will unpack the core principle of this movement and how to rekindle it in your ministry.
BILL WILKS BIO
Dr. Bill Wilks is the Lead Pastor of NorthPark Church in Trussville, Alabama, where he has served since 1999. He has a Doctor of Ministry degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and has frequently served as an Adjunct Professor at the New Orleans Baptist Seminary extension center in Birmingham, Alabama.
Bill is also the founder and author of D-Life, which exists to equip common people to be Christ-like disciple makers. He is the author of four D-Life Journals, D-Life Online, and his most recent book, “The Greater Work–Disciple–Making. Anytime. Anywhere.” Bill and his wife, Rondie, have traveled extensively to train thousands of believers how to make disciples who make disciples.
This event is for the whole church! Pastors, invite your church members!
SAVE THE DATE FOR THE FIRST TWO TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES:
- March 2, 9:00 a.m. – 1 p.m., West Hills Baptist Church, Moon, PA (registration begins at 8:30 a.m.)
- March 3, 3:30 – 7:30 p.m., Memorial Baptist Church, Gettysburg, PA (registration begins at 3 p.m.)
$10 includes materials and refreshments