Course: Making Disciples That Become Movements

by Paul on May 19, 2010

Class Size: Class size is limited to 10 people.

Dates: This class is offered at two different times during the week: Tuesdays at 8:30pm – 10:30 (CDT – Texas Time), Saturdays at 9am – 11am (CDT – Texas Time).  Our first Tuesday class will meet on June 22, 2010.  Our first Saturday class will meet on June 26, 2010.  There will be a total of 10 classes in this course (roughly 10 weeks).

Location: Online (Skype).

Cost: Free, with a catch.  When you are accepted into the program, you have to make a $50 deposit.  You will get your $50 deposit back at the end of the last class if you attended every class or made up any classes that you missed.  If you drop out, or if you miss a class and don’t make it up, I get to keep your $50.

Application Deadline: June 15, 2010 (Don’t wait until the last minute.  There are only 10 seats available per class.)

Prerequisites: You must have a computer, a high-speed internet connection, Skype, a webcam, a microphone, and earphones.  You will also need a Bible, a notebook, and a pen/pencil.

Application Process:

  1. Friend me on Facebook –
  2. Write me a note and let me know that you want to be a part of the class.
  3. I will let you know if you’ve been accepted to the program via Facebook Message/Email.
  4. If you are accepted into the program, you need to make your $50 deposit for the class via PayPal.  No credit cards or checks accepted.

What will we cover?

Each class will have two parts.  The first part of the class will be an inductive Bible study of passages of Scripture that relate to ministry and missions that catalyze movements.  The second part covers the application of those principles within your mission field.

Homework: There will be at least 2 hours of homework every week.

Course Outline:

  • What is God Doing in India, Africa, Honduras, and California?
  • Discovering a New Paradigm from Scripture
  • Living an Openly Spiritual Lifestyle (Without Being Obnoxiously Religious)
  • God’s Love Language
  • Who Will Teach the Lost About Christ?
  • What Does the Great Commission Really Say?
  • Engaging the Lost on the Frontier of Missions
  • Hiding the Gospel in Plain Sight
  • The Difference Between Deculturalizing the Gospel and Contextualizing the Gospel
  • How Does Christ Send You?
  • The 21 Critical Elements of Movements
  • Developing Leaders Within Movements
  • What is a Discovery Bible Study?
  • The DNA of Multiplying Groups
  • The First Three Discovery Bible Studies with Lost People
  • The Six Areas of a Mentoring Relationship

Contact: Paul for more info.  His Twitter account is  His Facebook account is  His Skype ID is watsonpd.

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Upcoming CPM Level 1 Course on Skype (June 2010) : CPM Training Resources
May 26, 2010 at 7:54 am

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stephen June 15, 2010 at 3:56 pm

Just a comment. I went through this course during a previous cycle. Well worth the time and effort and temporary monetary investment. If you’re already dabbling in CPM literature and wondering how or if it can really apply to your situation, this is a great launch pad.

Don B. Lee June 22, 2010 at 12:34 am

I am very interesting to know at this ministry.
Don Barnabas Lee

Don B. Lee June 22, 2010 at 12:41 am

I am very interesting to know at this ministry. but I have to miss very first class…Let me know if there is one spot…

Anglican Ecumenical Society June 24, 2010 at 3:52 am

Paul is a great teacher and an incredibly insightful individual.

If you have time and energy to commit, and have a serious interest in online ministry, do check it out.

dan Younkin July 8, 2010 at 10:12 am

When does your next level 1 course beginn and what is the application deadline? Dan Younkin Tel:354-9163 or 541-7303, e-mail:

Clarabelle August 9, 2010 at 8:06 am

i missed out this time. Will there be another opportunity to take part in this course?

kind regards


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