Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Tools for the Tour Guide

We need fewer spiritual travel agents and more spiritual tour guides. It's easy to sit in a comfortable climate-controlled office and tell people where to go, how to get there, what to do once they are there, and what they might see. It's totally different to change into the hiking shoes, strap on the pack, and go on the journey with people.

Sacred Roads is about exploring the historic paths of discipleship. Walking the roads of spiritual growth and picking up ideas along the way. Tools for the Tour Guide-- a recent blog series-- gives ideas and resources to those who are leading, guiding, and interpreting for others. Small group leaders, discipleship pastors, Sunday School teachers, etc.

In case you missed them, here are the posts:

Sacred Roads: The Adventure of Discipleship
Historical Amnesia
Making Disciples Relationally
Making Disciples Experientially
Making Disciples Intellectually
Making Disciples Personally
Making Disciples Incarnationally
Making Disciples- NEXT


At 2:55 PM, Anonymous lisaoverman said...

Yay for Heather and Sacred Roads! The end. :)

At 3:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How curiously timely! I was actually thinking about Jesus's friendship with his disciples. I have so many questions about what it means to befriend and disciple in a loving way, without getting drained but also without minimizing a disciplee as somehow not holy enough to have a friendship with. I'd like to check out your book. :)


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