American churches are often stuck in the mindset of a mature disciple is one who shows up on Sunday and reads their Bible. This shifts focus on to large gatherings and programs, where Pastors are the only disciple-makers. Yet when Jesus left his disciples he called all to“Go and make disciples.”(Matt 28:18-20). When we forget this call we neglect to understand that maturity in our churches implies reproduction of disciples. Making disciples who in turn make disciples naturally leads to movement, and movement leads to multiplication. Before we talk about building ministry strategies, or even reading context, we need to fundamentally change the way we think of being the church and leading the church. This competency is designed to stretch your thinking of what making disciples can really mean for the development of a new church.