Disciple Making Requires Listening
by Jeremy Bohall and Tom Foley
Have you ever left a conversation feeling drained because the other person talked the whole time? Did you feel ignored or uncared for? If you’ve experienced this, allow it to become a valuable lesson in how not to have disciple making conversations. Listening
and being listened to carefully are helpful as we invest in one another If we wish to care for and respect those with whom we
converse, being present (though separate) as we listen is key. Fruitful disciple making necessitates active listening. So what does active listening look like?