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About the Masterclass
MOST DISCIPLESHIP MASTERCLASSES TAKE THE FOLLOWING FORMAT:*
Participants will gain the ability to reproduce in others the experience and skills they have.
HOUR ONE – THE BIBLICAL PROCESS:
Fresh insight is given into discipleship at the time of Jesus. Its distinctive approach is then unpacked and the benefits are highlighted. Time is then given to how this Biblical process can be rediscovered in a modern context.
HOUR TWO – THE FLOW TEMPLATE:
An easy to use guide is presented that can help anybody disciple anyone in anything. The template is based upon the distinctive approach that Jesus used. During this session, the template will be explained and demonstrated.
HOUR THREE – THE ANCIENT SKILLS:
Four methods, taught to rabbis throughout the ages, are presented with their hebraic roots. Participants will be invited to vote for two of these to be taught during the final hour, but all are covered in the book provided. The ancient skill sets provide answers to the following questions:
How do you find great disciples?
How do you ask great questions?
How do you tell great stories?
How do you get great results?
*Variations can be made upon request.
Typically the cost of a Masterclass includes a book and lunch*.
* When other formats of the Masterclass are provided this may not be the case.
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About the founder
Paul Clayton Gibbs is the Global Director of The Pais Movement.
Paul founded the Pais Movement in 1992 which is now impacting six continents. He combines ancient methods of discipleship with a communication style that is creative and fun. Paul is a gifted speaker, teacher, and author who spends much of his time producing resources to train and mentor Christian leaders. He is an award-winning author and his books are a great way to gain insight into the thinking, practices and principles of leadership. He also travels throughout the world, speaking and teaching. Paul’s main role on Pais is to facilitate the vision, teach and mentor the National Directors.
Originally from Manchester, England, Paul and his wife Lynn have two grown sons Joel and Levi. The couple now reside in Arlington, Texas.