Seven Catalytic Questions

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CATALYTIC QUESTIONS

The Seven Questions to provoke whole-life, accountable disciple-making

The Hebrew word for peace is ‘Shalom’. It’s a word which speaks about the wholeness that God alone brings - wellbeing, human flourishing in every aspect of life – physically, mentally, emotionally, relationally, spiritually etc.
What does this mean when it comes to growing as disciples? It means that we should talk about the whole of life, exploring together how Jesus wants to bring transformation to the whole person.
Over the last year I’ve been trying to come up with what I think would be some of the most catalytic questions that will provoke, challenge and inspire someone in their walk with God – embracing this whole-life approach.  
Each of the 7 questions provokes you to think about your own growth and the growth of those you're discipling.
If you have honest conversations on a regular basis about these questions - setting some goals - keeping accountable - then you, and those you're discipling WILL grow in faith in life.
So what are you waiting for?

SPIRITUALLY:

What has God been speaking to you about, and what are you doing about it?

What are you doing with what God is saying?  Read more

EMOTIONALLY:

What practical and prayerful steps are you taking to address your character flaws?

Looking beneath the surface of your emotional health.  Read more

PHYSICALLY:

What are you doing to cultivate good physical health?  Read more

MENTALLY:

How are you protecting your mind from unhelpful thoughts and images? Read more

RATIONALLY:

What decisions are you facing, that need wisdom and courage from God? Read more

RELATIONALLY:

How can you improve your relationships with people? Read more

MISSIONALLY:

How are you making a Kingdom impact through words and actions? Read more

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