Webinar: Discipleship Jesus-Style: the Tumbler Model (Dr. Grace May)

The recording for this webinar is also available here.

In this webinar, we consider the Tumbler model of discipleship that Jesus left us and consider some of its advantages over one off’s. Discernment, Bible study and fellowship (one of the pillars of the Asian American church) are primary examples of Tumbler discipleship. At the same time, we will look at developing the individual through mentoring and spiritual direction. The goal of the webinar is to provide some practical tools for growing disciples and core values of discipleship, such as love, equity, community, grace, mission and hope.


About Out Webinar Leader
Rev. Dr. Grace May serves as the Executive Director of Women of Wonder, Inc. (WOW!), a ministry that seeks to see Christian women leaders soar by fulfilling their God-given dreams. Dr. May is also the Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at the William Carey International University in Pasadena, CA. Ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA), she pastored at the Chinese Christian Church of New England in Massachusetts and the First Chinese Presbyterian Church, Oversea Chinese Mission and Emmanuel Presbyterian Church in New York City. She is the contributing author to The Global God, Proclaiming the Scandal of the Cross, Growing Healthy Asian-American Churches, Seeking Harmony and most recently The Quest for Gender Equity in Leadership. She lives in the New York City with her mother and relishes tasting different cuisines, traveling and meeting God and the body of Christ in new and diverse ways.

Readings for this Webinar:
— Richard Lamb, “Michelangelo or the Tumbler? The Disciplemaking Strategy of Jesus” [Download Article]
— Elias Chacour on The Beatitudes: [view at https://ukashray.wordpress.com/beatitudes/]
— Simon’s Mother-in-Law by David E. Malick: [download pdf at https://www.cbeinternational.org/sites/default/files/02-simon-mil.pdf ]

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