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The New AssessME.org Is Discipleship + Mobilization!

The new AssessME.org the most powerful disciple-making and disciple-mobilizing system available to the local church. We offer all our assessment programs…EVERYTHING…all-inclusive, for one low monthly rate beginning at $25 for twenty-five people. That’s $1/person/month! So, if your church values Making Disciples, and  Equipping those Disciples to Serve Christ, then AssessME.org is perfect for your church. Let’s now learn more about our integrated church-transforming programs:

Next Steps Discipleship Program

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Disciple-Making Church Assessment & Equipping Program

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OVERVIEW: Discipleship Tracking & Equipping

Is ignorance bliss? Not when it comes to the spiritual development of your congregation. Active Discipleship, the classical art of interpersonal disciple-making, promotes a goal of helping each disciple in your church to contribute to the making of other disciples. With NextSteps, this goal is finally achievable, even in the largest of churches. Many churches struggle to develop and support a fully integrated discipleship infrastructure within their church. In the past, tracking each congregation member’s spiritual development has been difficult and time consuming. As a result, most church leaders have no idea of the spiritual status of their people. Now there is no excuse. NextSteps provides the infrastructure your church’s disciple-making program has so desperately needed. NextSteps makes discipleship tracking and equipping a breeze.

Next Steps Disciple-Making Church Assessment Program. Next Steps offers two integrated assessments:

  1. Spiritual Growth AssessmentAssesses Spiritual Growth Over Nine Growth Phases. And
  2. Felt-Need AnalysisAssesses 24 Felt-Need Categories that May Aid or Block Spiritual Growth.

Also, Next Steps offers a third feature: Disciple Equipping Center. The Disciple Equipping Center helps manage your church’s disciple-making programs, small groups, classes, and resources. It provides a disciple-making structure and process that many churches find helpful.

Next Steps is to be retaken over and over, so that it may track each person’s spiritual progress. Then, Next Steps creates Progress Reports that convey each person’s spiritual growth, stagnant growth, or spiritual decline. Finally, you may customize nearly every part of this church assessment program, including titles, question pools, and reports! We designed NextSteps to flex and fit with your church’s unique discipleship culture.

  1. Test Yourself  [ READ ]
  2. How to Use Small Groups to Launch AssessME.org [ READ ]
  3. Church Programs Vs. Authentic Community [ READ ]
  4. Ready for Fall Kick-Off? [ READ ]

In the very near future, a new training book entitled, Active Discipleship, by David A Posthuma will be released to train pastors how to migrate away from the dysfunctions of Passive Discipleship, and become more intentional about their disciple-making efforts. Active Discipleship provides the theology, philosophy, systems, and solutions to accomplish disciple-making through your church as never before possible. In addition, the book fits perfectly with our NextSteps Discipleship Tracking and Equipping Platform.

Active Discipleship Book by David A Posthuma

Volunteer Mobilization Program

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Volunteer Mobilization Church Assessment Program

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OVERVIEW: Mobilize Your Entire Congregation

Your congregation represents a spiritual army that Jesus Christ has called you to mobilize into ministry service in His name. But how do you accomplish that mandate when it is impossible for you to know and discern God’s call upon each and every church member? Simple, use AssessME.org. In less than two weeks, you can have your entire congregation…your spiritual army…assessed. And using our new Mobilization Reports, finally know how to position the right people into the right roles, right away!

Our Volunteer Mobilization Assessment Program offers three assessments plus skills tracking. It is exclusively focused on “How did God design and gift each person to Him and others“. Each assessment helps church leaders mobilize the right people into the right service roles. These assessments, plus skills tracking, comprise what we call an “Assessment Pack”. We believe that all these assessments plus skills tracking is crucial for mobilizing people into proper service roles. In addition, these assessments provide a check-and-balance for each other, thereby validating assessment accuracy. Getting started with AssessME.org is easy with our new all-inclusive subscription plan, starting at $25/month to assess twenty-five people (Only $1/person/month…the lowest cost on earth for quality human resource assessments)!

  1. ePersonality: The ePersonality is a classic 4-quadrant, 16-temperament type, personality assessment similar to DiSC or Myers-Briggs. However, our personality assessment is designed exclusively for Christians. This assessment explores Ministry Temperament; how God designed us to serve Him and others.
  2. GraceGifts: Then, our GraceGifts Spiritual Gifts Test is unique in that it filters the gift reports through personality, resulting in more precise gift reporting.
  3. Leadership Style: Next, our Leadership Style Assessment helps church leaders build highly effective ministry teams.
  4. Skills Tracking: Finally, our Skills Tracking system reveals the skills God has developed within your church members.
  1. Preparing for Our Mission, Part 1  [ READ ]
  2. Preparing for Our Mission, Part 2  [ READ ]
  3. Preparing for Our Mission, Part 3  [ READ ]
  4. Your People Are An Army  [ READ ]

David A Posthuma wrote Made for a Mission as an essential training book for pastors, church staff, and lay leaders to read so that they might maximize their ministry mobilization efforts within their local churches. While you can use AssessME.org without reading this book, if you do do, you will mis out on crucial information that will highly improve your mobilization skill-set.

Made for a Mission book by David A Posthuma.