Today in America, half of the people won't or don't read that much. Begin creatively transforming the lives of this generation by using first-century methods of teaching-storytelling, drama, and dialog. The "TruthSticks" strategy is a revolutionary approach using the DNA...
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Today in America, half of the people won't or don't read that much. Begin creatively transforming the lives of this generation by using first-century methods of teaching-storytelling, drama, and dialog. The "TruthSticks" strategy is a revolutionary approach using the DNA of the first century disciplemaking that will
Use Bible Storying to effectively make disciples at all levels
Unite families by using fun methods to disciple children
Revitalize small groups
Develop a disciplemaking church
A creative tool to use in leadership, evangelism, or missionary work.^- Use Bible Storying to effectively make first century disciples at all levels ^- Unite families by using fun methods to disciple children^- Revitalize small groups with highly interactive Bible Storying methods^- Develop a disciple making church ^Make truth stick like Velcro in a Teflon world by using Bible stories, dialogue, drama, and songs. Use all the methods of learning and teaching as Jesus did to make disciples
Willis is the author and developer of MasterLife. He is the senior vice-president of overseas operations at the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. Willis served for 10 years as a pastor in Oklahoma and Texas and for 14 years as a missionary to Indonesia, during which he served for 6 years as the president of the Indonesian Baptist Theological Seminary.
Avery T. Willis, Jr., has been a pastor, missionary, seminary president, and missions administrator in addition to being a popular author and speaker. He received his BA from Oklahoma Baptist University and his MDiv and ThD from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He pastored for ten years in Texas and Oklahoma. He served as a missionary with the International Mission Board for fourteen years and as president of the Indonesian Baptist Seminary in Indonesia for six years. Avery returned to the United States to lead for 15 years the adult discipleship program for Southern Baptists availabA