Carlton L. Coon Sr. is a proven pastor.
He has grown multiple churches through evangelism and disciple-making!
This "stuff" works.
Christian Church Growth is focused on bringing the Lord Jesus Christ to people around the world. These resources are all "growth oriented." The premise being:
- If we grow the pastor, a church will automatically grow.
- Growing people to Christian maturity is vital for a church to be healthy.
This website is designed to help pastors, church leaders, converts and Christians. The blog posts provide thought provoking tools.
This pastor from Springfield, MO has traveled the world sharing the gospel and developing others. His approach gives system to what might otherwise be chaotic.
Our focus was initially to provide material and training for pastors and church leaders on disciple making. While the original focus has expanded to include a series of books titled, God's Men and a second series named Keep It Simple Saints, the passion for making disciples remains. Our flagship online training course The Disciple-Makers Training Course equips a pastor and church on the what, how and why of disciple-making.
Our Disciple-Makers Training Course offers:
- Over 30 short videos… with accompanying videos and instructions. The training is practical and can be implemented in any size church.
- Access to a special segment… designed to help church planters. This training is run by a couple currently planting a church in North Atlanta.
- Guidance on how a pastor… can create and lead a small team of people to develop a “disciple-making” strategy for the local congregation and community.
- A digital copy of The How And Why of New Convert Care and You Wouldn’t Want An Ostrich For Your Mama… These books are instrumental in retaining converts and growing your church.
- Access to our Exclusive Facebook Group… This will be a course participant only group where you can confer with your peers, ask questions, give feedback and receive additional support if needed.
Take a look at The Disciple-makers Training Course. It may be what you need to establish a sustainable Disciple-making effort.