Inviting people to be part of your team

Not sure who to invite to be part of your team?

Try a brainstorming session.  I find a do better if I invite a friend or two to join me.

Start of with prayer and then ask the following questions:

  1. Have you attending any training sessions lately?
    • Was there anyone at the training conference that you knew before you came?
    • Was there anyone at the training conference who lives near to you?
    • Was there anyone at the training conference that you would like to get to know better?
  2. Who else do you know who shares your passion for reaching people with the Gospel?
  3. Who are the other Christians in your neighbourhood, workplace, or athletic club?
  4. Which of your friends in high school were followers of Jesus?
  5. Which people in your church talk about their non-Christian friends?
  6. If you were going to hold a party, who would you invite?
  7. Who on you friends with on Facebook or other social media?
  8. Take a look at the contacts on your phone.  Which of these people might be interested in what you are doing?

If you are having trouble coming up with a names, maybe you need to meet more people. 

  1. Could you hold a neighbourhood street party?
  2. How about getting active in your local primary school?
  3. Are there any clubs that you could join?
  4. Could you do something different for lunch at work?



Everyone does better with a coach.

The better you are the more coaching will help you.  Look at the sports clubs in your community.  Which team has more coaches:  the local amatuer team or your national team?

Experience shows that you are twice as likely to be successful in building a Disiple Buidling Movement if you have a coach.

Here's Life is building a team of coaches who can help you.