Dave Gibbons: The Rabbinical Way

Most churches pursue spiritual formation in a didactic way. We assess a person's strengths and then expect them to engage a series of classes that will, we hope, lead to maturity. But, what if we could customize a discipleship journey for each member of our church?

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The discipleship system that values controlled outcomes and strengths, according to Dave Gibbons, is an American way of understanding discipleship. There is an alternative - the rabbinical way. In this video, Gibbons explains a more personal and customizable approach to forming disciples that begins with listening.

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